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U.S. indicates more Chinese firms being probed for North Korea sanctions breaches

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The coordinator for U.S. sanctions policy indicated on Wednesday that more Chinese firms were under U.S. investigation for suspected breaches of sanctions on North Korea and Chinese banks and firms should understand that dealing with North Korea was "risky."
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