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8,300 views • September 8, 2023

[Trailer] iPhone Partially Banned in China, Share Price Falls | China In Focus

China in Focus
China in Focus
From a new counter-intelligence law to policies targeting foreign firms through fines and raids, how determined is China to become self-sufficient? As China separates itself from the West, can Beijing keep its economy stable? And what would the detangling really cost? Topics in this episode: iPhone Partially Banned in China, Share Price Falls Law Empowers Beijing to Seize Foreign State Assets China's Anti-Spy Law Unnerving Foreigners Chinese Police Raids of U.S. Firms Raise Fears Exec. Order Limits China's Access to Tech Know-How U.S. Says No to Decoupling with China as American, Western Companies Flee New Details: Chinese Email Hack on U.S. Officials China Attends Asean Summit Amid Mapping Disputes U.S.-China 'Cold War Is Going to Intensify': Thayer on Partnering with India to Counter Beijing
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