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Feb 20 Chinese Private Security Contractors: A New Market Segment in Hot Spots? Chinese private security companies are seeing an opportunity as the U.S. withdraws troops from Iraq and Afghanistan. But plenty of complications await them. A security vacuum is … Continue reading
More consideration given to guards for overseas workers Updated: 2012-02-22 07:27 By Xu Wei (China Daily) BEIJING – Calls for security guards from China to accompany workers posted in dangerous areas overseas have increased since kidnappings in Sudan and Egypt … Continue reading
China shipping giant to hire armed guards: report Hong Kong, July 14 (AFP) Jul 14, 2011 Chinese shipping giant Cosco Shipping will spend $12 million on armed guards and other measures to protect its ships, a report said Thursday, after … Continue reading
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