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Despite authorities’ sometimes uneasy relationship with religion, China shows few reservations about producing religious goods for
After the WTO declared China’s rare-earth policies to be in violation of global trade rules after a two-year probe that resulted from international
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A new study investigates the environmental impact of outsourced manufacturing both in China and in the United States, and finds that while air
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