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Chinese genomics company rejects human rights abuses after US blacklists its units
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A major Chinese genomics company is rejecting human rights abuse after several of its units were blacklisted by the U.S. this week over concerns they were contributing to Chinese surveillance.
Three units of BGI Group, one of the world’s biggest genetics analysis companies, were among Chinese companies added to the U.S. Commerce Department’s "entity list." The list aims to limit access to U.S. technology on security or human rights grounds.