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Chinese Leaders Pledge Labor Camp Reformsi
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March 28, 2013 3:13 PM
China’s new leaders have vowed to reform the country’s notorious, decades-old labor camp system before the end of the year. But there are still few details about what changes are planned. Shannon Van Sant reports from Beijing that any reform efforts face significant challenges.

Chinese Leaders Pledge Labor Camp Reforms

Published March 28, 2013

China’s new leaders have vowed to reform the country’s notorious, decades-old labor camp system before the end of the year. But there are still few details about what changes are planned. Shannon Van Sant reports from Beijing that any reform efforts face significant challenges.


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