The US and European Union have long complained about China’s unfair treatment of foreign firms operating in the country. Photo: Reuters The US and European Union have long complained about China’s unfair treatment of foreign firms operating in the country. Photo: Reuters
The US and European Union have long complained about China’s unfair treatment of foreign firms operating in the country. Photo: Reuters

China economy

China’s new law aimed at equal market treatment draws scepticism from observers

  • Observers are sceptical whether a new law aimed at levelling the playing field for foreign firms operating in China will be successfully implemented
  • The law is China’s latest effort to demonstrate its commitment to opening up market access amid a trade war with the United States

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The US and European Union have long complained about China’s unfair treatment of foreign firms operating in the country. Photo: Reuters The US and European Union have long complained about China’s unfair treatment of foreign firms operating in the country. Photo: Reuters
The US and European Union have long complained about China’s unfair treatment of foreign firms operating in the country. Photo: Reuters
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