China will restrict the investment and trade privileges of foreign companies placed on its so-called Unreliable Entity List, which aims to punish companies or individuals that China says threaten its national security.

Companies could be included on that list if they stop doing business with Chinese firms for noncommercial reasons, according to long-awaited details published Saturday. While China issued the regulations, it did not provide names of those on the list.

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