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Trump's Huawei ban could spark a tit-for-tat fight with Beijing that puts Apple in the middle of the crossfire (AAPL, NVDA, INTC, AMD, QCOM)

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Trump's Huawei ban could spark a tit-for-tat fight with Beijing that puts Apple in the middle of the crossfire (AAPL, NVDA, INTC, AMD, QCOM)· The US ban on Chinese tech giant Huawei could trigger a major retaliation by Beijing.
· Analysts say China could hit back at US tech giants doing business in the Asian nation, with Apple especially at risk.
· One analyst believes the reaction could be so severe that the effect on some US tech companies could be...
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News video: Huawei: U.S. Ban Will Hurt American Jobs

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As Huawei was added to the Commerce Department "Entity List" forbidding U.S. businesses from supplying them, the Chinese telecom giant insists the move will only hurt American workers who build much of the equipment the company purchases.

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