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Senator Marco Rubio seeks to ban Chinese firms from US capital markets

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A top senator is preparing a bill to ban Chinese companies from US capital markets if they engage in spying, human rights abuse or support China’s military, threatening a financial blow as tensions mount over Covid-19 and Beijing’s crackdown on Hong Kong.Republican Marco Rubio, a prominent China hardliner, said he plans to unveil the legislation in the coming weeks after the US Department of Defence released a list of 20 companies, including telecoms giant Huawei and video surveillance firm…

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A top senator is preparing a bill to ban Chinese companies from US capital markets if they engage in spying, human rights abuse or support China’s military, threatening a financial blow as tensions mount over Covid-19 and Beijing’s crackdown on Hong Kong.Republican Marco Rubio, a prominent China hardliner, said he plans to unveil the legislation in the coming weeks after the US Department of Defence released a list of 20 companies, including telecoms giant Huawei and video surveillance firm…
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