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Trump administration considers banning major Chinese firm Hikvision

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 22 May 2019
Trump administration considers banning major Chinese firm HikvisionThe Trump administration is considering blacklisting another major Chinese technology company in a move that would broaden a US campaign to sever China's access to American know-how and inflame a deepening trade conflict, according...
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News video: Trump may reportedly blacklist Chinese surveillance giant Hikvision, showing the trade war is shifting from sweeping tariffs to

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Markets Insider reports Traders are bracing for the Trump administration to expand its blacklist of Chinese technology champions, raising the prospect of further escalation of the US-China trade war. The White House is considering a ban on exports of US components to Hikvision, which would cut off...

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