China Update - February 11, 2014


In This Issue:

Quote of the Week; U.S.-China Relations; China News; and Trade.

Excerpt from U.S.-China Relations -

Freedom of the Press in China:

On January 30, White House spokesperson Jay Carney issued a statement on freedom of the press in China, saying that the U.S. is “deeply concerned that foreign journalists in China continue to face restrictions that impede their ability to do their jobs.”

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Topics:  China, Foreign Policy, Journalism, Max Baucus, Trade Policy

Published In: Elections & Politics Updates, International Trade Updates

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