The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) issued a report last week that "identifies and describes various foreign government censorship policies and practices, including examples that U.S. businesses consider impediments to trade and investment." The report covered a wide range of countries. In this piece, we focus on the report's discussion of China's policies and practices.
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