Chinese Science Journals Say they Won't Publish Plagiarism, Fabrication

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One thousand and fifty Chinese science journals announced a commitment against unethical work, Chinese national news agency Xinhua reported.

The journals said they won’t “publish any articles involved with academic misconduct and to punish editors who have knowingly published plagiarized articles, or misused their positions,” according to Xinhua.

According to Mondo Times, Xinhua is “the official news agency of the Chinese government.”

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Chinese Science Journals Say they Won’t Publish Plagiarism, Fabrication

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