How China Is Using Its New Law to Deny Americans Access to Their Property

Chinese authorities have issued new regulations that would prevent Americans from accessing their property overseas, according to a report by the American Conservative.

The new rules would require citizens to “cease and desist” from accessing the property, the conservative said.

“The Chinese government has long been concerned about the potential for domestic violence against its citizens, and this is the latest example of that,” the paper said.

The report cites the case of a man in the southern province of Guizhou who was arrested last year for allegedly stalking his estranged wife and threatening to kill her.

He has pleaded not guilty.

The American Conservatives said China’s new regulations are being used to deny Americans access to their property abroad, particularly the purchase of property abroad.

“China’s move to restrict the transfer of property overseas is part of a concerted effort to control property ownership in the country,” the American Conservatives wrote.

“Citizens who want to travel to China should not be deterred by Chinese authorities’ threats to restrict their rights to property rights.

China has been working to modernize its economy and create an open, level playing field in international trade, and it’s up to American companies to protect their assets and jobs abroad.”

China has also been cracking down on Americans, including banning the import of U.S. cigarettes, and barring U.N. staff from working in China.

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang said in a statement that the new rules “are a measure aimed at protecting domestic property rights and protecting the rights of Chinese citizens.”

Qin said the new measures “will not impede the development of the domestic economy.”

China’s Foreign Ministry said it does not want “negative developments in the international financial market.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.