Chief Executive Carrie Lam has come out in support of an anti-sanctions bill currently before China’s top legislative body. Photo: Winson Wong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has come out in support of an anti-sanctions bill currently before China’s top legislative body. Photo: Winson Wong
Chief Executive Carrie Lam has come out in support of an anti-sanctions bill currently before China’s top legislative body. Photo: Winson Wong

Beijing’s anti-sanctions law will give US, others ‘a taste of their own medicine’, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says

  • Citing first-hand experience, Lam accuses Western countries of violating international norms with their own sanctions
  • The anti-sanctions law will give targeted entities the ability to report damages and sue for compensation in Chinese courts

Topic |   China’s anti-sanctions law
Chief Executive Carrie Lam has come out in support of an anti-sanctions bill currently before China’s top legislative body. Photo: Winson Wong Chief Executive Carrie Lam has come out in support of an anti-sanctions bill currently before China’s top legislative body. Photo: Winson Wong
Chief Executive Carrie Lam has come out in support of an anti-sanctions bill currently before China’s top legislative body. Photo: Winson Wong
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