China’s anti-sanctions law: how companies can avoid picking a side

The National People’s Congress Standing Committee passed the new anti-sanctions law at its closing session, writing a new chapter in the ongoing Sino-US clash.While the details are yet unknown, foreign multinationals operating in China are anxious to know how it would affect their future business strategy.In 2018, then US president Donald Trump began to impose heavy tariffs on Chinese exports, sparking the Sino-US trade war. The battlefield soon shifted, as Chinese tech giants ZTE and Huawei…


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