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Chinese spy law gives banks jitters

By James King
Image: Getty Images

International banks in China face heightened political and operational risk following the introduction of a tougher anti-spying law.

Foreign businesses operating in the country are now subject to extensive but ill-defined compliance obligations on research and data sharing, along with a heavier burden of legal responsibilities linked to “espionage ...

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