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Google restricts Huawei’s access to Android after Trump order

Seattle Times Monday, 20 May 2019
The Chinese technology giant Huawei on Monday began to feel painful ripple effects of a Trump administration order that effectively bars American firms from selling components and software to the company. The companies said that Google was cutting off support to Huawei for many Android hardware and software services. The move, a response to the […]
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By giving Huawei Technologies the so-called "death penalty" the Trump administration has shown that it does not trust Chinese government to act in good faith. Consider this a major impediment to any kind of trade deal. The US isn't just trying to block China's companies from US markets anymore, it's...

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