Contrary to Commerce Sec. Wilbur Ross's statement yesterday on the Huawei order, Hu Xijin, Editor in Chief for the Global Times tweeted a retaliation is in order:
- China will certainly retaliate for barbaric suppression Huawei received. It's a unanimous attitude of officials and ordinary people. I believe Beijing is selecting retaliation targets and approaches, minimizing damage to itself and not weakening confidence in China's opening up.
Yesterday, Commerce Sec. Wilbur Ross said:
- Huawei order will be effective starting tomorrow.
- Action is not part of trade talks with China.
- Huawei wasn't discussed during US-China trade talks.
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