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7-Eleven Beijing fined US$23,500 for ‘incomplete maps of China’ that ‘wrongly presented Taiwan’

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The Beijing branch of global convenience store giant 7-Eleven has been fined 150,000 yuan (US,500) for displaying “incomplete maps of China”, according to an official notice.The map used on the official website of 7-Eleven Beijing “wrongly presented Taiwan province as an independent country”, according to the official Credit China website.Both the maps used on the official website and at the entrance of the company also did not include marks for islands in the South China Sea – over which…

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The Beijing branch of global convenience store giant 7-Eleven has been fined 150,000 yuan (US$23,500) for displaying “incomplete maps of China”, according to an official notice.The map used on the official website of 7-Eleven Beijing “wrongly presented Taiwan province as an independent country”, according to the official Credit China website.Both the maps used on the official website and at the entrance of the company also did not include marks for islands in the South China Sea – over which…
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