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June 17, 2015
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Criticized in the U.S., Charity Watchdogs Are Admired Overseas

Japanese Red Cross, IFRC via Getty Images

Members of the International Federation of Red Cross Japan's Domestic Emergency Response Unit get ready to respond to the earthquake and tsunami at Osaka Red Cross hospital after the 9.0 magnitude strong earthquake struck in 2011.

Under President Xi Jinping, the Chinese government has embraced its budding nonprofit sector. It has two laws in the works meant to stoke charity, and it increasingly contracts with nonprofits to provide social services, said Youping Liu, deputy...

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