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China’s anti-sanctions law: how Beijing borrowed a page from the EU’s playbook to counter the West

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]This is the fifth in a series of stories looking at China’s Xinjiang province and how the far-western region is coping economically under a series of US sanctions over alleged human rights violations and the widespread use of forced labour.The day China passed its anti-sanctions law in June, Roberto Gilardino’s phone was ringing off the hook.Dozens of clients, mostly from the United States, were calling to ask how the new regulation might affect their business in industries ranging from…

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This is the fifth in a series of stories looking at China’s Xinjiang province and how the far-western region is coping economically under a series of US sanctions over alleged human rights violations and the widespread use of forced labour.The day China passed its anti-sanctions law in June, Roberto Gilardino’s phone was ringing off the hook.Dozens of clients, mostly from the United States, were calling to ask how the new regulation might affect their business in industries ranging from…

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