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Top Stories: Novelist Günter Grass Dies; China Limits Shenzhen Travelers

Top Stories: Novelist Günter Grass Dies; China Limits Shenzhen Travelers Good morning, here are our early stories: — Günter Grass, Nobel-Winning Author Of 'The Tin Drum', Dies At 87. — China Restricts Travel By Shenzhen Residents To Hong Kong. And here are more early headlines: U.S. Concerned About Saudi Goals In … Read more on NPR […]

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Shenzhen limits new car licence plates to fight congestion and pollution

Shenzhen limits new car licence plates to fight congestion and pollution In July, however, the Shenzhen Transport Commission released a draft plan to raise charges at all commercial car park to as much as 300 yuan (HK$ 379) per day to discourage people from using their cars. The typical daily parking fee across the city […]

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Shenzhen shoppers ready to accept limits on visits to Hong Kong

Shenzhen shoppers ready to accept limits on visits to Hong Kong Currently about 2.5 million mainlanders in Shenzhen are eligible for multiple-entry permits. Some 1.2 million have obtained such permits, of which 30,000 to 50,000 are said to be working as parallel-goods traders, who buy up goods in Hong Kong and sell … Read more on […]

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A-shares weaken again, developers crumble on Shenzhen price limits

A-shares weaken again, developers crumble on Shenzhen price limits Trading was rocky from the start Wednesday as shares exposed to the real estate market were broad-sided by news that authorities in Shenzhen had ordered developers to keep prices on new homes even with the previous month. Among the mainland's most … Read more on Global […]

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Shenzhen sets limits for frequent Hong Kong visitors

Shenzhen sets limits for frequent Hong Kong visitors Shenzhen authorities have introduced restrictions of their own in a bid to stem the flow of goods from Hong Kong being carried over the border to be resold. Visitors who frequently cross the border are now barred from carrying anything other than … Read more on South […]

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