China in Focus (Dec. 10): China’s Grain Imports Rise 30%

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By NTD Newsroom
December 10, 2020China in Focus
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China’s grain imports increased dramatically this year. The authorities give a different reason from the farmers.

The United States placed new sanctions on a Chinese citizen. This time, a crime group’s leader is working with the Chinese communist regime to boost China’s influence across the world.

On International Human Rights Day, the United States took further action against religious persecution in China.

A second major stock index cuts off the cash flow from U.S. investors to Chinese firms with ties to the country’s military.

And CCP infiltration in U.S. campuses. Two more U.S. colleges are found to have failed to report that they received million-dollar donations linked to China.

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