China’s National People’s Congress has passed a counter sanctions law that gives legal cover for the government to respond to foreign sanctions. With many of its tech companies sanctioned by the West, including heavyweights like Huawei and ZTE, many foreign investors in China fear the authorities may use the new act to further regulate and scrutinise their operations.
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