“China reserves the right to take necessary countermeasures on US sanctions,” the country’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Thursday.
The Foreign Ministry said that they “will take all necessary measures to firmly defend rights of Chinese companies.”
In the last hour, the Commerce Ministry also came out with some comments, citing
US' entity list not helpful for US-China relations.
Opposes US sanctions on Chinese companies.
This comes after the US added 12 Chinese companies to its trade blacklist on Wednesday, citing national security and foreign policy concerns.
AUD/USD pays little heed to these comments, as it trades modestly flat on the day just above the 0.7200 level.
Meanwhile, the S&P 500 futures add 0.31% on the day, currently trading at 4,715.
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