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Businesses in China could get caught in the crossfire as the national legislature presses ahead with a bill meant to bolster countermeasures against Western sanctions, according to analysts.The draft anti-foreign sanctions legislation is a response to action by the United States and other countries over Beijing’s political crackdown in Hong Kong and its treatment of ethnic minority groups in Xinjiang. It is expected to pass on Thursday at the closing session of the National People’s Congress …

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