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June 4 2012 China Daily Mail Headlines


Greentown China facing bankruptcy in property slump

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Property, traditionally a major source of wealth in China, now seems like a lose-lose prospect for investors. Restrictions on mortgages and purchases for those who already own a home are weighing heavily on the industry, with home prices hitting a 14-month low in April. Many analysts and developers had previously expected the restrictions to be … Continue reading »

China’s anti-corruption measures clamp down on ‘naked’ officials trying to escape

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The Communist Party of China‘s (CPC) disciplinary body last week announced its latest victory in the fight against corruption, declaring that efforts to tighten the net on “naked” officials – or those who remain in the country while their spouses and children live abroad – had yielded success. “A number of officials who have attempted … Continue reading »

Chinese Party wants Tiananmen incident not mentioned

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Yao Jianfu, the writer of a major Tiananmen butcher’s memoirs, was told by authorities to suspend publication of the book. June 4 will be an eternal embarrassment for the Party if it is not vindicated. My book “Tiananmen’s Tremendous Achievements” aims first of all at refuting Li Peng’s justification of the Tiananmen Massacre in his … Continue reading »

Jasmine Revolution China call for national mourning for June 4

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According to an exclusive report by Ming Pao: As it will be the 23rd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre today, June 4, following previous public mourning in Guiyang, Guizhou Province, people on the Chinese Mainland will hold mourning activities, simultaneously on June 4. Jasmine Revolution China website issued an announcement yesterday calling on people … Continue reading »

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  1. Thanks for the headlines to help get an early start on the news.

    Posted by --Rick | June 5, 2012, 17:16

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