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New Citizens’ Movement activists Liu Ping and Wei Zhongping were each sentenced to six and a half years in prison on Thursday, while a third,
Reuters reports that Chinese authorities have accused British multinational pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline of evading more
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In a three-part conversation with China Law and Policy’s Elizabeth M. Lynch, the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Eva Pils explains
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