Members of the media photograph the Byton M-Byte after it was unveiled at a press event by Chinese electric vehicle maker Byton, ahead of the opening of CES 2020, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Centre on January 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Agence France-Presse

Chinese attendees of CES consumer tech show offered free legal help in case US authorities seize their stuff

  • Country’s trade watchdog is offering pro bono legal services to Chinese exhibitors on the sidelines of the annual technology gathering in Las Vegas
Topic |   US-China tech war

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Members of the media photograph the Byton M-Byte after it was unveiled at a press event by Chinese electric vehicle maker Byton, ahead of the opening of CES 2020, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Centre on January 5 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Agence France-Presse
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Sarah Dai

Sarah Dai

Sarah Dai, based in Beijing, covers technology and capital flows in the world of start-ups in Greater China. Previously, she worked as financial correspondent for Caixin Media in Hong Kong for over two years and wrote for China Daily in Beijing and London.