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Trump Admin To Delay Penalty On Chinese Tech Giant, Ross Says

Daily Caller Monday, 19 August 2019
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced a 90-day reprieve to Chinese tech company Huawei on Monday. President Donald Trump’s administration had put Huawei on an entity list that banned the company from using U.S.-made materials for its products without government approval in May. National security concerns arose after the Department of Justice charged the company for alleged […]
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