The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) issued a new draft cybersecurity regulation on 21 May 2019. This draft is a planned extension of the Cybersecurity Law issued in 2017 that placed greater restrictions on foreign firms operating in China. The new regulation creates the requirement for review of imported network equipment to determine if such equipment represents a risk to national security. The vagueness of the language indicates that the new law could be used to block the import of
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