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China’s ‘unreliable entity list’ sounds dire, but that doesn’t mean it will bite foreign firms any time soon

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has finally released details of how its “unreliable entity list” will be implemented, giving Beijing a new legal weapon to sanction foreign businesses it dislikes.On the surface, the regulation sounds dire. Its sweeping powers allow for foreign firms, organisations or individuals deemed to have endangered China’s sovereignty, security and development to be blacklisted. If an entity cuts “normal transactions” with China or discriminates against it, then that could also be grounds to be…

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China has finally released details of how its “unreliable entity list” will be implemented, giving Beijing a new legal weapon to sanction foreign businesses it dislikes.On the surface, the regulation sounds dire. Its sweeping powers allow for foreign firms, organisations or individuals deemed to have endangered China’s sovereignty, security and development to be blacklisted. If an entity cuts “normal transactions” with China or discriminates against it, then that could also be grounds to be…
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