We have been fielding questions from members related to news reports that the U.S. State Department has updated its China travel advisory to warn against U.S. citizens being arbitrarily prevented from leaving China (see for example "U.S. Renews China Travel Warning, Citing Risk of Arbitrary Detention"). This is a key issue, with over 2 million Americans visiting China annually, and it comes down to what you tell your clients about any potential risks and how you do it. To help you cope, we have put together a members-only guidance document on the subject. Take a look!
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