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China’s new cybersecurity rules could hit foreign service providers

April 28, 2020, South China Morning Post

Yan Luo spoke with the South China Morning Post about new Chinese guidelines for operators of “critical information infrastructure,” requiring them to undergo a cybersecurity review process for any procurements that could have national security implications. According to Ms. Luo, the criteria may push companies to stay away from multinational providers that are more likely to be viewed as a higher risk for China’s national security, if they anticipate a more rigorous or lengthy review.

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