The Biden administration added more Chinese companies to its entity list over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang last week. Photo: AFP The Biden administration added more Chinese companies to its entity list over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang last week. Photo: AFP
The Biden administration added more Chinese companies to its entity list over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang last week. Photo: AFP

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

  • The Biden administration sanctioned 23 more Chinese entities for suspected Xinjiang abuses, military and business ties last week
  • Experts say Beijing will be cautious about retaliating under its new anti-sanction law as it is reluctant to encourage technology decoupling

Topic |   US sanctions on China
The Biden administration added more Chinese companies to its entity list over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang last week. Photo: AFP The Biden administration added more Chinese companies to its entity list over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang last week. Photo: AFP
The Biden administration added more Chinese companies to its entity list over alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang last week. Photo: AFP
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