The Trump administration is trying to tighten its export sanctions against Huawei by eliminating a loophole that has allowed U.S. chipmakers and other suppliers to keep selling their products to Huawei, the Wall Street Journal reported. While the U.S.-China trade war appears to be coming to a truce, the U.S. government’s effort to curb Huawei’s global expansion continues to fuel the tensions...
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