China News – October 10, 2012: Chinese Finance Chief Skips Japan IMF, World Bank Meetings

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

In today’s NTD China News, China’s Finance Minister and top banking official have missed the IMF and World Bank meetings in Japan. After being labeled a security threat by a US Congressional report, Chinese telecoms gear maker Huawei Technologies may be excluded by the Canadian government over those security risks. Chinese democracy activist Tang Baiqiao has urged Li Wangzhi, his former classmate, and the first born of disgraced Chinese official Bo Xilai, to leave China out of fears for his safety. The Chinese regime issues its first judicial reform white paper. It’s meant to better protect justice and human rights but one analyst says without judicial and media freedoms no reform will be effective. German authorities say contaminated strawberries that poisoned more than 11000 Germans came from China. A Chinese worker’s unusual demand for pay has gone viral on Chinese internet. A Sotheby’s auction in Hong Kong for Chinese paintings have brought in double the pre-sale estimates. For more news and videos visit ☛ english.ntdtv.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ http Add us on Facebook ☛ on.fb.me

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