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Friday, September 26, 2014
China has uncovered fake trade deals worth nearly US$10 billion, the country's foreign exchange regulator said Thursday, following an investigation aimed at illegal cross-border capital flows.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
China puts former top economics planner on trial over bribery claims
A former top Chinese economic planning official went on trial Wednesday for taking bribes worth nearly US$6 million, the latest episode in the country's much-publicized anti-corruption campaign.
Drought worsens China's long-term water crisis
The corn has grown to only half its normal height on Yan Shuqin's ranch in the hills of Inner Mongolia this year, as a swath of northern China suffers its worst drought in 60 years.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
China companies export 'tools of torture': Amnesty
The number of Chinese companies exporting “tools of torture” has surged over the past decade, Amnesty International said Tuesday, with many devices falling into the hands of rights violators worldwide.
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The largest stock offer in history has made Jack Ma, founder of e-commerce giant Alibaba, China's richest person with a fortune of US$25 billion, an annual wealth ranking for the country showed Tuesday.
Uighur scholar jailed for life for 'separatism'
A prominent academic from China's mostly-Muslim Uighur minority was jailed for life Tuesday for “separatism,” with the European Union expressing outrage at the “completely unjustified” response to criticism of Beijing's policies in the restive Xinjiang region.
China has begun blocking the privacy-protecting search engine DuckDuckGo, which avoids storing user data or tracking online activity, according to the company and security researchers.
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
Three police officers and four other people have been convicted of torturing suspects to obtain confessions, China's official state news agency reported, in a rare instance of prosecution of the practice.
Three police officers and four other people have been convicted of torturing suspects to obtain confessions, China's official state news agency reported, in a rare instance of prosecution of the practice.
Two people were killed and “many” injured as explosions erupted in multiple locations in China's Xinjiang Sunday, according to authorities in the ethnically divided region that is on edge after a series of violent incidents this year.
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