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China Current Events: July 10

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Chinese bloggers embroiled in park brawl

A group of China’s leading opinion-makers and intellectuals became embroiled in a violent fracas thanks to a simmering feud between rival internet bloggers.  Read more

Chinese Wind Power Company Eyes Vestas’ Assets

Ming Yang Wind Power Group seeks to buy market-leading equipment maker.  Read more

China GDP to Rebound in Second Half of Year: Analyst

 

Refusal of water sparks outrage

The case of a sanitation worker who was refused free drinking water at a bank in East China has prompted an outpouring of public sympathy and sparked calls to introduce measures to better protect this disadvantaged social group.  Read more

China bishop, named by Rome, goes missing

A priest who quit China’s state-sanctioned Catholic Church and was ordained auxiliary bishop of Shanghai with the approval of the pope at the weekend was taken away by officials after the ceremony and has not been heard from since, a Catholic online news service reported on Monday.  Read more

Real Issue in China is Reform not Stimulus:  Pro

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