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Debate within China on the issue has included spirited advocacy by Chinese domestic firms that rely on cross-border data flows for their own global ambitions. There is a possibility that Chinese negotiators would agree to allow certain kinds of commercial data to be exported without review—thereby giving U. According to stakeholders involved, this is likely to be addressed in the next major piece of the Cybersecurity Law framework to come out this year.
To be meaningful, any U. Under the proposal, foreign companies would be allowed to own the data centers, compared with current requirements to team up with local partners.
Moreover, it is not clear from reports on the initial proposal which types of companies would be eligible for such a pilot—for example traditional cloud services providers, multinational telecommunications carriers, or other companies with a heavy cloud business presence. This type of arrangement appears to be intended to allow BT to provide some services to multinational clients within China.
Now, in the context of the trade talks, something more expansive may be afoot.
Opening to cloud services within certain limitations, starting in one or more FTZs, could be part of a gradual opening, but to be a major step it would need to go beyond allowing foreign firms to provide services to western companies operating in China.
There is precedent for this kind of partial or trial opening.