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Anti-sanctions law: for us or against us

For months, the US and China have been weakening their shared economic framework of global trade with mutual punitive measures. The anti-sanctions law from Beijing, which was passed last week (China.Table reported), leads to scenarios in which European and other companies find themselves in a quandary. In the worst scenario, companies are forced to change course in their business strategy through no fault of their own. Namely, which market they will choose: China or the US and its allies in Europe.

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