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An explosion at a Shandong chemical plant on Saturday has further highlighted safety concerns in the wake of the deadly blasts that killed 129 in
While China’s stock markets plunged in June, the government took a number of steps to actively intervene and stop the slide. On Monday, China
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In the New Statesman, Jonathan Fenby provides a rundown of Xi Jinping’s leadership, the ways in which he has amassed power, and the challenges
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