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  • US President Donald Trump is hardening his approach to China just weeks before his due to leave office.

  • Reuters sources say Trump is set to add dozens of Chinese companies to a trade blacklists for their alleged ties to the military, including the country's top chipmaker, S.

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  • It means the company will need to have a special license from the Commerce Department before a U.

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  • In total, 80 companies are expected to be targeted, nearly all of them Chinese, according to sources.

  • Some are accused of helping Beijing construct a militarized artificial islands in the South China Sea, while others is said to have had a role in alleged human rights abuses against China's weaker minority.

  • Companies already on the list include the telecoms giant Huawei on the surveillance camera maker Hit Vision.

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  • C has repeatedly said it has no ties to China's military, but it's already bean in Washington's cross hairs.

  • Last month, the Defense Department effectively banned Americans from buying shares in the chipmaker from late next year.

  • China's Foreign Ministry urged the U.

US President Donald Trump is hardening his approach to China just weeks before his due to leave office.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/12/19
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