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China - China makes reporter pay for fall in share prices

Reporters without borders
Reporters Without Borders condemns Chinese business reporter Wang Xiaolu's arrest over an article that is alleged to have precipitated a fall in share prices at the end of July. Wang Xiaolu, who works for the independent business magazine Caijing, was arrested at his Beijing home on 25 August for “fabricating and spreading false information about securities and futures trading.” Published in Caijing on 20 July, the offending article said that the China Securities Regulatory Commission (...)

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