European companies in China seek clarity on data law definitions

16/11/2023 | Reuters

The European Chamber of Commerce in China is urging China to clarify key definitions in its cross-border data transfer rules. The industry body says European businesses are wasting millions of euros storing non-sensitive data in China due to the lack of clarity around the definitions of "important data" and "personal information" under rules that have been in place since 2017.

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