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Ministry aims to bolster safety abroad

By Ma Liyao (China Daily)

10:30, November 23, 2011

BEIJING - To better protect Chinese companies and citizens abroad, the country has created a website containing overseas security information.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the activation of the website, cs.mfa.gov.cn, on Tuesday, saying it is among a series of measures being taken to make Chinese citizens safer abroad.

The website will collect consular information from the Foreign Ministry's department of consular affairs, Chinese embassies overseas and local governments' foreign-affairs offices, said Huang Ping, head of the department of consular affairs.

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