Please pop over to this site use a supported version for the best MSN experience. Stores including Asda, Tesco and B&M launch baby and toddler events Liverpool Echo 4 days ago Catherine Murphy Fancy getting your hands on new pieces for your little one for nearly half the original price? Expectant families are in luck , as many retailers have started money-saving events for baby and toddler products. Retailers including Asda and Tesco are offering savings of up to 60 on certain items for a limited time. Sports buggy for 25.99 and 28 other bargains in Aldi's baby sale Bargain store B&M has also revealed its collection of baby and toddler wear with prices starting from 2.99. With so many stores offering sales at the moment, we've taken a look at the offers available during these events to establish where the best savings can be made. With most stores running the events up until the beginning of February, there is still plenty of time to grab a bargain. Asda Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Asda has split its baby event into four departments; Nursery furniture, bath and health care, baby food and car seats and prams. The biggest savings can be made on wardrobes, with a two door white one reduced from 329 to 285 or the Langham wardrobe which was 349 and is now 299.
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Rentsendorj BEIJING China said on Tuesday it hopes ผ้าปูที่นอน ขนาด 8 ฟุต Mongolia has learned a lesson and will keep a promise not to invite the Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama again after his visit in November led to a chill in relations. The Dalai Lama is upheld as a spiritual leader in predominantly Buddhist Mongolia, but China regards him as a dangerous separatist and warned Mongolia before the visit that it could damage ties. "The Dalai Lama's furtive visit to Mongolia brought a negative impact to China-Mongolia relations," Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told Mongolia's Minister of Foreign Affairs Tsend ผ้า นวม สี พื้น Munkh-Orgil by telephone. "We hope that Mongolia has taken this lesson to heart," he said, according to a statement posted on the Chinese Foreign Ministry's website. China also hoped Mongolia would "scrupulously abide by its promise" not to invite the Dalai Lama again, Wang said. The Mongolian minister was not available for comment but the Chinese ministry said he expressed regret at the negative impact caused by the visit and reaffirmed his government's position that the Dalai Lama would not be invited again, first stated in December. A week after the November visit, China imposed fees on commodity imports from Mongolia, charging additional transit costs on goods passing through a border crossing into China's northern region of Inner Mongolia. "Mongolia firmly supports the one China policy, consistently holds that Tibet is an in separable part of China, that the Tibet issue is China's internal affair," the Mongolian minister was quoted as saying. Mongolia has been working to boost economic ties with its powerful southern neighbor and use Chinese investment and know- how in mining and infrastructure projects. Mongolia had previously said the Dalai Lama's trip had nothing to do with the government and he had been invited by Mongolian Buddhists.