China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee is expected pass a bill to counter foreign sanctions. Photo: Simon Song China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee is expected pass a bill to counter foreign sanctions. Photo: Simon Song
China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee is expected pass a bill to counter foreign sanctions. Photo: Simon Song

Could business be caught in the crossfire of China’s ‘legal battle with the West’?

  • China’s national legislature set to pass draft law meant to give firmer legal footing for counteraction to foreign sanctions
  • Legislation largely symbolic but there may be fallout for companies on the ground, observers say

Topic |   US-China relations
China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee is expected pass a bill to counter foreign sanctions. Photo: Simon Song China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee is expected pass a bill to counter foreign sanctions. Photo: Simon Song
China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee is expected pass a bill to counter foreign sanctions. Photo: Simon Song
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