New China News Agency


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New China News Agency

 

(Chinese Hsinhua, “New China”), the information agency of the Chinese People’s Republic; located in Peking. The New China News Agency was founded in 1938 in the city of Yenan as the information agency of the Chinese Communist Party. After the proclamation of the Chinese People’s Republic in 1949, it became the state information agency.

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The chief trial judge, Cai Yue, was quoted by the official New China News Agency as saying Wang had enjoyed ``the full right of defense in accordance with the law.
Two thousand more people were found dead and as many as 18,000 were believed buried under debris in the area surrounding the city of Mianyang, near Chengdu in Sichuan province, the official New China News Agency reported.
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Referring to the election only as "the activities concerning the change of leaders of the Taiwan region," a report by the New China News Agency omitted mentioning the fierce criticism it has showered on Lee recently and reported his victory with 54 percent of the vote.
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International wire agencies selling economic information in China - namely Reuters and Dow Jones - will now be "supervised" by the official New China News Agency for the content of their reports as well as the subscriptions they sell to Chinese customers.