China’s foreign ministry has warned companies operating in the United States they could face harassment from US law enforcement agencies, state media reported on Tuesday.
The tourism ministry also warned Chinese tourists of potential threats such as robbery and gun violence while visiting the US.
The warnings came after the education ministry warned Chinese students and scholars of risks involved in studying in the US.
Relations between the world’s two largest economies have nosedived in recent months due to a bitter trade war, U.S. sanctions against Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and U.S. support . . .
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