China warns big tech firms against cooperating with the US ban

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In May, Trump administration included Huawei in the US 'Entity List' over national security concerns
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In May, Trump administration included Huawei in the US 'Entity List' over national security concerns

Companies that comply with the US sanctions against Huawei could face 'dire consequences', warn Chinese officials

Chinese government officials have warned US technology companies of "serious consequences" for compliance with the Trump administration's sanctions against Huawei. According to a report by The N...

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