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“Tit for tat” or the whole nine yards?

It has been a week now since the European Union and China imposed sanctions on each other. The EU has punished individuals and institutions related to the actions of the security apparatus in Xinjiang province. In return, the Chinese government has imposed sanctions on four European organizations and ten China-focused individuals. These are accused of “damaging China’s statehood and interests and maliciously spreading lies and misinformation”.

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