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China protesters waving blank pages – so China bans sale the of white paper (seriously)

<p>Earlier posts on the protests in China:</p><ul><li><a href="" rel="follow" target="_blank" data-article-link="true" class="article-link">Monday morning open levels – indicative forex rates – 28 November 2022</a></li></ul><p>The USD is firmer, with yen not too far behind due to China news over the weekend:</p><ul class="text-align-start vertical-align-baseline"><li class="vertical-align-baseline"><a href="" rel="follow" target="_blank" data-article-link="true" class="article-link vertical-align-baseline">COVID – Protests erupt across China: "Step down, Xi Jinping! Step down, Communist Party!"</a></li></ul><p>And:</p><p class="article-slot__title title top"><a href="" rel="follow" target="_self" class="article-link">US equity emini futures lower to begin the week – risk trade impacted by China protests</a></p><p>—</p><p>Protestors in China have been waving blank sheets of paper (symbolising the heavy hand of Chinese Communist Party censorship).</p><p>Chinese authorities have responded. </p><ul><li>Starting from 0000hrs on the 29th of November, the sale of A4 printing paper by Shanghai Chenguang stationary company is to be suspended</li></ul><p>Xi. </p>

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