The South China Morning Post reports that the U.S. Commerce Department places China’s Huawei and 70 affiliates on trade blacklist.
- Being put on US ‘Entity List’ will make it much harder for telecom giant to buy parts and components from US companies.
- Commerce secretary says Trump backed the decision to prevent US technology from being used by foreign entities to ‘potentially undermine US national security’.
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