The European Union joined the US, Britain and Canada in sanctioning officials accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Photo: AFP The European Union joined the US, Britain and Canada in sanctioning officials accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Photo: AFP
The European Union joined the US, Britain and Canada in sanctioning officials accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Photo: AFP

European businesses express alarm over China’s anti-sanctions law that could turn companies into ‘sacrificial pawns’

  • The EU Chamber of Commerce in China expresses concern at lack of transparency and says the measures are ‘not conducive to attracting investment’
  • Beijing has yet to provide details of the legislation, but state media has said it will provide a legal basis for retaliation against sanctions

Topic |   China’s anti-sanctions law
The European Union joined the US, Britain and Canada in sanctioning officials accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Photo: AFP The European Union joined the US, Britain and Canada in sanctioning officials accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Photo: AFP
The European Union joined the US, Britain and Canada in sanctioning officials accused of human rights abuses in Xinjiang. Photo: AFP
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