BEIJING — Police say three people have been killed and four injured in a rampage by a knife-wielding man in central China. The Wuhan city police force said on its microblog that three of the victims were attacked Thursday morning at an office where 40-year-old Wang Xiang worked following a disagreement between him and his...
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SEPTEMBER 09, 2014
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2014 - GUO XIANG & ASSOCIATES INC.
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