The Standing Committee of China’s National People’s Congress reviewed and passed its first Law on Foreign State Immunity. Chinese officials argued that the law provides more protection for companies that are "going out" and promoting China's opening up. The law also has a reciprocity provision, which authorizes a narrower scope of state immunity for foreign governments in Chinese courts as a countermeasure when foreign governments are limiting state immunity for Chinese government actors in their own jurisdiction.

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