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Applicability of Chinese National Intelligence Law to Chinese and non-Chinese Entities

The Chinese National Intelligence Law (“NIL”) entered into force in June 2017 and was updated in April 2018. The following report examines a defined question; i.e. whether NIL applies differently to companies owned by a Chinese parent company compared to companies owned by a non-Chinese parent company. The substantive requirements under NIL are outside of the scope of this report.

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