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The move comes amid a broader clamp-down targeting online content from livestreams and blogs to mobile gaming.
The move is in contravention of a sweeping US sanctions bill signed in 2017.
The Chinese government has always encouraged overseas Chinese enterprises to abide by international rules and local laws while pursuing economic cooperation overseas
The commerce ministry's investigation arm conducted a probe of alleged dumping of 'flax yarn of below 70 lea count' from China, following a complaint from Jaya Shree Textiles unit of Grasim Industries
The increases are in response to the announcing it will impose tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese-made goods starting next week.
Trump on Monday imposed 10 per cent tariffs on about $200 billion worth of Chinese imports and threatened to levy duties on about $267 billion of additional Chinese goods if Beijing retaliates.
The Fisheries Department survey found that the mid-August deluge has damaged as many as 213 Chinese fishing nets, known in local parlance as Cheena Vala, in Ernakulam district.
The growing trade conflict between the world's two largest economies has long unnerved investors who fear an escalation could eventually whack global growth .
Tao Li pleaded guilty Friday in federal court to a single conspiracy count.
The woman and her husband were eating at the popular chain Xiabu Xiabu on September 6 when she discovered the dead rat in the hotpot.
In April, Ford announced plans to stop making cars in the United States -- except for the iconic Mustang -- and to focus on more profitable SUVs.
A year after she accused an ex-boyfriend of raping her on the China University of Petroleum campus, Ren's life had become a series of attempts to protest the authorities' mishandling of the case.
LinkedIn says it has 575 million users in more than 200 counties and territories, including more than 150 million U.S. members.
Most vehicles foreign automakers build in China with local joint-venture partners are destined for the domestic market.
The Badminton Asia chief told AFP in an interview that China's dominance of the sport will continue because of their ability to churn out young and talented players regularly.