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Business groups urge China to delay Cybersecurity Law

May 16, 2017 |
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A coalition of major business groups from North America, Europe, Asia and Australia are urging China to delay the entry into force of Beijing's Cybersecurity Law, citing a slew of trade concerns and characterizing the measure as a means to erect trade barriers under the guise of national security.

In a May 15 letter to the Chinese Communist Party Central Leading Group for Cyberspace Affairs, the groups wrote that “we are deeply concerned that current and pending security-related rules...

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