Workers plant a cotton field in Xinjiang, where claims of human rights abuses have led to Western-imposed sanctions against China. Photo: AP Workers plant a cotton field in Xinjiang, where claims of human rights abuses have led to Western-imposed sanctions against China. Photo: AP
Workers plant a cotton field in Xinjiang, where claims of human rights abuses have led to Western-imposed sanctions against China. Photo: AP

China to set up special group to enforce anti-sanctions law

  • Under sweeping legislation, the body will study options for dealing with foreign companies and individuals which implement Western bans
  • Measures will include denial of visas or expulsion as well as the seizing and freezing of assets within China

Topic |   US sanctions on China
Workers plant a cotton field in Xinjiang, where claims of human rights abuses have led to Western-imposed sanctions against China. Photo: AP Workers plant a cotton field in Xinjiang, where claims of human rights abuses have led to Western-imposed sanctions against China. Photo: AP
Workers plant a cotton field in Xinjiang, where claims of human rights abuses have led to Western-imposed sanctions against China. Photo: AP
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