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China said “stay tuned” about retaliation over latest US blacklisting


China's Foreign Ministry denied human rights violations and abuses and said "stay tuned" when asked whether China would retaliate over the latest US move to blacklist 28 Chinese public security bureaus and technology companies, setting a tone for potentially more aggressive positioning in the new round of trade talks later this week.

US Commerce Department on Monday put 28 Chinese public security bureaus and companies on a US trade blacklist, accusing them of being implicated in human rights violations . . .

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