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The US State Department said it was deeply disturbed by Chen Kegui's sentence.
But Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said the United States had no business interfering in the issue.
"The Chen Kegui case is solely a Chinese domestic matter. China is country with rule of law ... The legal rights of this person and his family members have been effectively guaranteed,"
Hong told a daily news briefing.
"We are extremely dissatisfied that the relevant country rudely interfered in China's internal affairs. We most certainly do not accept it."
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