In the News: Unreliable Entities Blacklist; Ford’s Antitrust Fine; End of Benchmark Lending Rates; and Local Permits for Foreign Fintech Firms

Jun 10, 2019
| By Marilyn Romero
MOFCOM’s new Unreliable Entity List is mooted as possible trade war retaliatory tool; Ford’s China JV hit with $23.6 million antitrust fine; PBOC may scrap its official benchmark lending rates; and SAFE says overseas digital finance firms must have local permits.

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