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Business groups from around the world urge China to delay Cybersecurity Law

May 15, 2017
Citing a slew of trade concerns and characterizing the measure as a means to erect trade barriers under the guise of national security, more than 50 business groups from North America, Europe, Asia and Australia are urging China to delay the entry into force of Beijing's Cybersecurity Law. In a May 15 letter to the Chinese Communist Party Central Leading Group for Cyberspace Affairs, the groups said “we are deeply concerned that current and pending security-related rules will effectively erect...

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