*This event is for Chairman's Circle members and Policy+ subscribers only*
The recently enacted Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law is the most recent addition to Beijing's legal toolbox to counter "foreign interference in its domestic affairs," but the specifics around the law largely remain vague. Since September 2020, China has released multiple related laws and measures appearing to attempt to match against western actions, including the "Unreliable Entity List," the Export Contol Law, and the Measures on Counteracting Unjustified Extraterritorial Application of Foreign Legislation. What else could be brewing in Beijing's toolbox? How may the Chinese government apply these legal tools?
AmCham China is pleased to host Henry Gao, Associate Professor of Law at Singapore Management University to brief the Policy+ group on the implications of the Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law on Wednesday, July 7, from 2:30 PM to 3:45 PM via Microsoft Teams. All Policy+ subscribers are encouraged to sign up and submit thoughtful questions during registration. The deadline to sign up is 2:00 PM, Monday, July 5.
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