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There’s a new Top Gun movie coming out. And Maverick is wearing the same leather jacket - only this time it’s Communist Party of China-approved, so the Japanese and Taiwanese flag patches are gone (screenshot on right is from the new trailer)...

"In November 2018, Ivanka Trump received approval for another 16 new Chinese trademarks ranging from VOTING MACHINES to sausage casing to handbags. Amid heated trade talks with the U.S. in January 2019, China approved five new trademarks for Ivanka Trump."

China approved four operating licences for 5G networks and the country's largest technology company struck a deal with Russia to develop a 5G network there

China has been stepping up its fight against intellectual property right (IPR) infringement Procuratorates across China approved the arrest of 5,627 suspects involved in 3,306 IPR infringement cases in 2018

Procuratorial organs across China approved the arrest of 1,056,616 criminal suspects and prosecuted 1,692,846 criminal suspects, down 2.3% and 0.8% respectively year-on-year, Procurator-General of the Supreme People's Procuratorate Zhang Jun says #TwoSessions 

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Tencent absent from China approved games list for third time

Tencent absent from China approved games list for third time

Tencent absent from China approved games list for third time

China approved a list of 48 new drugs to enter the market last year, with many of them for cancers and rare diseases, according to the country’s drug authority. |

China approved five genetically modified (GM) crops for import on Tuesday, the first in about 18 months in a move that could boost its overseas grains purchases and ease pressure from the United States to open its markets to more farm goods

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Three months after Ivanka announced she was shutting down her brand, China approved 16 new trademarks for her. The trademarks cover items including handbags, nursing homes, sausage casings, and...voting machines (?)

China approved 13 new Ivanka Trump trademarks in the past three months:

Meanwhile: As US consumers suffer in Trump economy, Ivanka gets new trademarks in China approved and Trump accepts $500 million investment from Chinese government to build Trump Indonesia#AmericaLast 

China approved 13 new Ivanka Trump trademarks, days before Donald Trump said he would allow telecoms giant ZTE to stay in business in the U.S. #tictocnews 

China approved new Ivanka trademarks on same day she met with Chinese president: report

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China approved new Ivanka trademarks on same day she met with Chinese president: report

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China approved new Ivanka trademarks on same day she met with Chinese president: report

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China approved new Ivanka trademarks on same day she met with Chinese president: report

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China approved new Ivanka trademarks on same day she met with Chinese president: report

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