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Dozens protest against Chinese influence in Kazakhstan

Reuters Wednesday, 4 September 2019
Kazakhs protesting against the construction of Chinese factories held public rallies in three Kazakh cities on Wednesday, demanding a ban on an initiative which the Central Asian nation's government hoped would bring investment and jobs.
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