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Huawei in the Trump Administration’s Crosshairs as US-China Economic Warfare Escalates

Poster:Surya NarayananPost date:2019-05-21
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(U.S.-China Relations)
Issue:(U.S.-China Engagement)
(The Diplomat, By Ankit Panda) In the short term, the U.S. government's de facto blacklisting of Huawei from doing business with U.S. firms will hurt Huawei and cause other Chinese companies to voluntarily stop doing business with U.S. firms to protect themselves. It is not immediately obvious that this worst-case scenario will occur, as it may just be a threatening move in the short term. Given that this extends beyond just trade, the economic war between the United States and China is growing on many fronts. <Accessed 2019-05-21>  
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