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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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