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China’s anti-sanctions law is a defence mechanism, not an attack weapon

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]The new anti-sanctions law rushed through by China’s lawmakers last week is Beijing’s latest attempt to defend itself against a perceived new wave of hostility against Chinese individuals and institutions.Beijing foresees Chinese companies and individuals at growing risk of being sanctioned by foreign governments in coming years over their involvement in Xinjiang and Hong Kong.As such, the Chinese government needed to beef up its legal defence against such threats. It is essentially a defensive…

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The new anti-sanctions law rushed through by China’s lawmakers last week is Beijing’s latest attempt to defend itself against a perceived new wave of hostility against Chinese individuals and institutions.Beijing foresees Chinese companies and individuals at growing risk of being sanctioned by foreign governments in coming years over their involvement in Xinjiang and Hong Kong.As such, the Chinese government needed to beef up its legal defence against such threats. It is essentially a defensive…
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