The Bible has been withdrawn from many of China’s retail websites in an apparent move by Beijing to strictly enforce rules governing the sale of the religious text. Photo: AFP

China’s online retailers pull Bible from shelves as Beijing gets strict on sale of holy text

Searches for the religious book on JD.com, Taobao and Amazon.cn fail to produce results

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The Bible has been withdrawn from many of China’s retail websites in an apparent move by Beijing to strictly enforce rules governing the sale of the religious text. Photo: AFP
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