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Chinese Leaders Split Over Releasing Blacklist of U.S. Companies


Beijing has sped up development of a blacklist that could be used to punish American technology firms, but officials say leaders are hesitating to pull the trigger, with some arguing a decision on the list should wait till after the U.S. election.

The debate highlights Beijing’s continued grappling with how to respond to the Trump administration without driving the relationship closer to collapse.


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