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Top China Stories from WSJ: Dissident Challenge, Wal-Mart Workers, Coke Plant

Activist Chen Guangcheng's apparent unwillingness to leave China could complicate any negotiations between Washington and Beijing over his fate; authorities in Chongqing, China, released two Wal-Mart Stores Inc. employees jailed six months ago over a food-labeling violation; regulators in northern China shut down production at a beverage plant owned by Coca-Cola Co. after finding chlorine in a batch of drinks.
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Hospitalized dissident awaits permission to leave China

News : Yahoo! News: The Upshot (2 years ago)

BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese human rights activist Chen Guangcheng remained largely out of contact in a Beijing hospital on Sunday as diplomats kept up contacts with authorities over how he might leave China and travel to study in th... Read Post

Fears grow over future of blind dissident Chen Guangcheng after Hillary Clinton flies out

News : The Coming Crisis (2 years ago)

There are mounting fears over the ultimate fate of the blind dissident Chen Guangcheng with no firm indication from Beijing that he will be allowed to leave China, reports David Eimer. Confined to a heavily-guarded hospital room, Ch... Read Post

Clinton leaves China as dissident Chen awaits departure

News : The Coming Crisis (2 years ago)

(Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton left Beijing on Saturday after a tense week of negotiations with China over the fate of blind rights activist Chen Guangcheng, who plans to travel to the United States under a deal... Read Post


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