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US sanctions on China will continue but Beijing ‘unlikely to escalate’ amid decoupling fears

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China is prepared for more sanctions after the US added 23 Chinese entities to its export blacklist last week, but Beijing will be cautious in responding given its reluctance to encourage full-scale technology decoupling, Chinese experts and government advisers say.The Biden administration’s latest action follows the addition of a handful of Chinese polysilicon producers to its “entity list” last month as part of efforts to hold China accountable for alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang…

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China is prepared for more sanctions after the US added 23 Chinese entities to its export blacklist last week, but Beijing will be cautious in responding given its reluctance to encourage full-scale technology decoupling, Chinese experts and government advisers say.The Biden administration’s latest action follows the addition of a handful of Chinese polysilicon producers to its “entity list” last month as part of efforts to hold China accountable for alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang…

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