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Top China Stories from WSJ: Wukan Votes, Defense Spending Rises, Wahaha Expands

A village rebellion last year ends in a democratic vote, China says it will boost its defense spending by 11.2% in 2012, the death toll from an explosion at a chemical plant in northern China last week rises to 25.
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