China’s government apparently issued new procurement guidelines back in May requiring up to 100 percent domestically produced components for hundreds of commodities, raising new barriers for foreign suppliers. Items covered by these guidelines include X-ray machines and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners, Reuters reported on Tuesday, citing three U.S. sources.
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