Chinese Government

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String Of Pearls (China) - Facilities and Relationships - Indian Ocean
... Chinese possessions in the Indian Ocean consist primarily of commercial ports owned and operated by Chinese firms, as well as resupply stations operating in agreement with the Chinese central government ... The two largest projects consist of a Chinese-financed commercial shipping center in Hambantota, Sri Lanka and a Chinese-controlled deep-water port near the mouth of the Persian Gulf in Gwadar ... of neighboring powers, most significantly India, which fears the possibility of a string of Chinese bases situated just off it’s coast ...
China National Offshore Oil Corporation - History - Unocal Buyout Attempt
... They argued that with $13 billion of CNOOC Limited's bid for Unocal coming from the Chinese government, the offer did not represent a free market transaction and had questionable motives ... at the time had a reputation for acting independently of government control, and in fact had not notified Chinese government officials prior to making ... backlash aroused in the United States caused the Chinese government to increase the oversight of the commercial activities of Chinese companies to avoid future risks to the ...
Shen Tong - Political Activism
... the committee on dialog with the government during the 1989 pro-democracy movement in China ... He was on Changan Avenue when Chinese troops opened fire on the students ... He had earlier obtained a Chinese passport to study biology at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts in the United States, so even though he was wanted by the Chinese government he was able to board a ...
Chinese Government - Historical
... Chinese dynasties Provisional Government of the Republic of China (1912) Beiyang Government (1912–1928) Nationalist Government (1927-1948) Chinese Soviet Republic (1931–1934 ...
Steven W. Mosher
... numerous non-fiction books such as "Broken Earth The Rural Chinese" (1983), A Mother's Ordeal, and Hegemon ... The Chinese government was angry and embarrassed by the contents of the book, which revealed among other things that forced abortions were common in that part of China as a part of the one-child policy ... Chinese commentators say that Stanford University was put in an awkward situation because Mosher went to places he was not allowed to go ...

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