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How China Will Resist if US Approves Sanctions over Maritime Expansion

A U.S. congressional bill to sanction companies that help China’s expansion in a disputed Asian sea is expected to spark retaliation, if passed, without stopping Chinese maritime activity. China might impose its own sanctions on U.S. companies or individuals or make it harder for them to operate in China, analysts say. The bill pending in the Senate would not change Beijing’s course in the contested waterway, the South China Sea, they add. Beijing claims about 90% of the 3.5...

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