China Hits Back at U.S. Over Hong Kong Bill in a Mostly Symbolic Move

Beijing said it would suspend visits to Hong Kong by American warships and impose sanctions on several nongovernmental groups. The measures suggest China is wary of upsetting trade negotiations.

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