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rce of soybeans and cotton, and soon the US will also be substituted by other cou
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Japan now has free trade agreements with the European Union and some trans-Paci
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Coercing Japan to buy US agricultural products will not be sustainable, and ther
e is still a long way to go for the US administration to ease the anxiety of its farmers.
亚博88娱乐场千花网女神会所Police in Fuzhou, the capital of Southeastern China’s Fujian province, said on Su
nday they had seized a handgun found in a FedEx parcel and launched an investigation into the case.
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ding to a statement released by the public security bureau of the city’s Jin’an district on its Sina Weibo account.
The handgun was discovered in the package and seized by polic
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It is not the first time that FedEx, which launched its business in China more than thre
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In early June, FedEx was placed under investigation after Huawei, one of China’s largest telecommunications ma
亚博88娱乐场千花网女神会所nufacturers, said it had diverted two parcels sent from Japan and addressed to Huawei in China to the US.
Initial results from the probe, released in late July, refuted Fed-Ex’s claim that the rerouting was an “operational error”. The com
pany was also suspected of holding back over 100 packages that Huawei had intended to deliver to China.