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EU trade chief warns China data laws could have 'unintended consequences'


The EU trade commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis warned Tuesday that Chinese regulations governing the transfer of data out of the country, including a revised anti-espionage law, could have "unintended consequences". "This may be an issue of systemic concern and it may affect all internationally active companies, not only European companies but also Chinese companies," he said. SOUNDBITE

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