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China defended its export controls on rare earth minerals on Thursday, saying that they were in line with World Trade Organization rules, after a government move to slash export quotas on rare earths sparked trade concerns. China, which produces
American geologist on state secrets charges overnight, rejecting US protests over the sentence and telling Washington not to interfere on the issue. US geologist Xue Feng was sentenced to eight years in jail on Monday on charges related to the sale
Computer crimes in China have been increasing in recent years, said a white paper titled "The Internet in China" issued on Tuesday. The white paper, issued by the Information Office of the State Council, said the tendency of the combination of
Japanese media have alleged that two Chinese submarines and eight destroyers were spotted circling Japan's Okinotori coral reefs. Ministry of National Defense spokesperson Huang Xueping said it is routine practice for the army to have its drills in
The European Union and the United States said on Tuesday that they are taking action against China at the World Trade Organization over export restrictions on some industrial raw materials used in steel, cars, microchips, planes and other products.
China defends Web-filtering software requirement Beijing, June 09: China on Tuesday defended a new requirement that personal computers sold in the country carry a software that filters online content, saying the program is targeted at preventing the
China appears to have banned a number of foreign websites, including the BBC's Chinese language news site and Voice of America in Chinese. The sites had been unblocked after journalists attending the Beijing Olympics complained that the government