Border controls tighten in Xinjiang

Balch, Roger
July 1996
Asian Business Review;Jul96, p11
Reports on the tightening of control along the Chinese border of northwestern Xinjiang to prevent weapons smuggling and crackdown on Muslim separatists.


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