Aneeqa Ateeq, 26, denied all charges but was found guilty of making derogatory remarks against "holy personages," including the Prophet Muhammad.
NGO Safeguard Defenders highlighted three of China's tactics — threatening a target's family, sending agents overseas to intimidate them, or kidnapping them.
The woman's story generated widespread discussion in China of how pets should be dealt with when their owners are sent to coronavirus quarantine.
The company's sprawling Zhengzhou production site employs more than 300,000 workers and accounts for about half of the world's iPhone production.
The Chinese government has warned of a "triple pressure of demand contraction, supply shock and weakening expectations."
The married woman from Tokyo, Japan, who had sex with the sperm donor ten times is now suing for $2.8 million for mental distress.
The United Nations said previously that North Korea uses stolen funds to circumvent sanctions and to support its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
Evergrande said in 2020 that it wants to become "the largest and most powerful new energy automobile group in the world" within three to five years.
Tesla is lobbying the Indian government to slash import taxes on electric vehicles before it enters the market.
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Tesla sold a record 70,847 Shanghai-made vehicles in December, the majority of which were for the Chinese market.
Layoffs came after China's government announced a policy banning for-profit tuition of school subjects
This includes $236 million of integrated circuit boards used in electronics and $125 million of clothing, according to consultancy Russell Group.
The embattled real estate developer's logo was removed from its previous headquarters at the building on Monday.
Contraceptive maker Karex said sales took a 40% hit as hotels closed and large-scale government condom distribution programs lost support.
Partial lockdowns have hit the Port of Ningbo, as well as Samsung and Micron's chip factories in Xi'an.
Last year, the Japanese government recommended that companies allow staff to opt for a four-day workweek in a bid to improve work-life balance.