omized services” for 上海会所more than packags of the

 same company, which has been tirelessly suppressed and vilified by the US government

上海会所It is interesting to see that its “operational error” excuse came shortly aft

er the US government included Huawei on its entity list for export controls.

Even more interesting is that the shipper sued the US Commerce Department on June 24 to stop th上海会所品茶微信

e agency from enforcing the export regulations against it. The company said in its statement annou

ncing the lawsuit: “FedEx is a transportation company, not a law enforcement agency.”

上海会所In the lawsuit, the shipper complains that to comply with the export controls it has to screen the na

mes and addresses of senders and recipients prior to delivering any package in order to identi

fy whether the senders and/or recipients are on the Commerce Department’s entity list.上海会所品茶微信

It seems that FedEx is just the fall guy for the US government.

It is natural for its Chinese customers, particularly those that are on the list or supplier

上海会所s to the listed entities, to feel uneasy about tasking the US company with their deliveries given that it seems pro

ne to acting as a tentacle of the long-arm jurisdiction the US government so delights in.

China has announced it is drawing up an unreliable entity list and FedEx上海会所品茶微信

seems likely to be one of the companies named on it. But for that, it only has itself to b

lame, or the US government, which always likes to get others to do its dirty work.

China welcomes any law-abiding foreign companies, b

上海会所品茶微信ut it will not turn a blind eye to those who try to bend it — whatever the reason.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday criticized violence during recent protests in the H

ong Kong Special Administrative Region, saying it tainted the city’s image, seriously ch上海会所

allenged the rule of law and jeopardized the city’s security, stability and public order.

上海会所品茶微信At a news briefing in Beijing, ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying also decried attempts of the city’s nongovern

mental Civil Human Rights Front to suggest 61 foreign countries and regions issue travel alerts for Hong Kong.

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