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Baidu Sued for Aiding Chinese Censorship

Eight Chinese citizens living in New York have sued Baidu, China’s largest search engine, for censoring content. Bloomberg reports: The plaintiffs seek $16 million in damages from the company and the Chinese government...

Florida Family Awarded $2.5 Million Over Defective Drywall

From Bloomberg: A Florida couple suffered $2.5 million in damages as a result of defective drywall from China, a Florida jury found yesterday, helping to set a standard for trials throughout the U.S. In the first jury trial in...

Diplomat’s Arrest in Houston Spurs Complaint From China

The New York Times reports on the arrest of a Chinese diplomat on the grounds of the Chinese consulate in Houston by local police: Three Houston police officers caused an international incident last weekend when they followed a...

US Lawsuits May Flood China Drywalls

Houses made with drywall produced in China have been plagued with numerous safety and health issues. Now a lawsuit brought by U.S. homeowners is targeting the Chinese drywall sector. From Asia Times: In a 108-page ruling issued...

US Jails China Bankers for Fraud

Two former Bank of China managers, and their wives, have been sentenced to up to 25 years in prison in the U.S. for stealing $485 million. BBC reports: Xu Choafan, Xu Guojun, Kuang Wan Fang and Yu Ying Yi had also been convicted...

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