China will take necessary measures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies and support them in safeguarding their own rights and interests in accordance with the law, said Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian at a regular news briefing in Beijing on Friday.

The United States announced it will impose sanctions on officials and companies related to the Chinese military on Thursday and impose an investment ban on nine more firms.

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