China criticizes US sanctions on fentanyl trade, say they 'undermine' Washington-Beijing relations: report

China on Monday is pushing back against American sanctions targeting two Chinese companies and four nationals that the Treasury Department alleges are “supplying precursor chemicals to drug cartels in Mexico for the production of illicit fentanyl intended for U.S. markets.”

The Treasury Department said Friday that the sanctions against Wuhan Shuokang Biological Technology Co., Ltd., Suzhou Xiaoli Pharmatech Co., Ltd., Yao Huatao, Wu Yaqin, Wu Yonghao and Wang Hongfei are “part of a whole-of-government effort to counter the global threat posed by the trafficking of illicit drugs into the United States that is causing the deaths of tens of thousands […]

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