Business groups slam China’s draft cybersecurity rules

“In a letter addressed to Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, 46 global business groups spanning finance, information technology, insurance and manufacturing urged Beijing to revise its draft cyber rules, which they said would hamper trade.

The signatories include industry associations from Asia, Australia, the United States, Mexico and Europe, according to a copy of the letter seen by Reuters.

Foreign industry groups have made no secret of their concerns over China’s draft cybersecurity law, which in June underwent a second of three parliamentary readings typically required before being adopted.

Source: Business groups slam China’s draft cybersecurity rules | South China Morning Post

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