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MNI BRIEF: U.S. Should Stop Sanctioning China Firms-MOFCOM

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The U.S. should stop sanctioning Chinese companies for reasons related to Russia and Iran, Shu Jueting, spokeswoman of the Ministry of Commerce said at a briefing on Thursday, adding that China will take necessary measures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of its enterprises

Beijing opposes such wrongdoing, which is a typical act of economic coercion, seriously undermining the international economic and trade order and rules, according to Shu, calling for the U.S. to meet China halfway to contribute more to global supply chain stability and economic recovery.

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The U.S. should stop sanctioning Chinese companies for reasons related to Russia and Iran, Shu Jueting, spokeswoman of the Ministry of Commerce said at a briefing on Thursday, adding that China will take necessary measures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of its enterprises

Beijing opposes such wrongdoing, which is a typical act of economic coercion, seriously undermining the international economic and trade order and rules, according to Shu, calling for the U.S. to meet China halfway to contribute more to global supply chain stability and economic recovery.