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Donald Trump’s comments on Xinjiang sanctions combed for clues on US response to Hong Kong security law

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Analysts are combing through US President Donald Trump’s latest statements on Xinjiang for clues as to how he may punish China for its planned imposition of the national security law on Hong Kong.In an interview with news outlet Axios published on Monday, Trump said he has not sanctioned China over the persecution of Uygurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang for fear it would torpedo the phase one trade deal.Trump said he declined to enforce economic sanctions or target individuals or…

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Analysts are combing through US President Donald Trump’s latest statements on Xinjiang for clues as to how he may punish China for its planned imposition of the national security law on Hong Kong.In an interview with news outlet Axios published on Monday, Trump said he has not sanctioned China over the persecution of Uygurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang for fear it would torpedo the phase one trade deal.Trump said he declined to enforce economic sanctions or target individuals or…

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