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China’s national security screening rules for foreign investments enter force

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s new rules for vetting foreign investments on national security grounds came into effect on Monday, with lobby groups warning that it could put a dent in Beijing’s plans to attract more international investors.The new regulations, formally announced last month, are seen as retaliation for the Trump administration’s ongoing blacklisting of hundreds of Chinese firms on national security grounds.Beijing, however, says the regulations are needed to “lay solid foundations for a new round of…

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China’s new rules for vetting foreign investments on national security grounds came into effect on Monday, with lobby groups warning that it could put a dent in Beijing’s plans to attract more international investors.The new regulations, formally announced last month, are seen as retaliation for the Trump administration’s ongoing blacklisting of hundreds of Chinese firms on national security grounds.Beijing, however, says the regulations are needed to “lay solid foundations for a new round of…

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