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Trump Eases Huawei's Sanctions In Trade War With China

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Trump Eases Huawei's Sanctions In Trade War With China

Trump Eases Huawei's Sanctions In Trade War With China

According to a report by Gizmodo, US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping appeared to reach a tenuous 'cease-fire' in the ongoing US-China trade war.

The Wall Street Journal originally reported that the US will "remove some curbs on Huawei Technologies buying high-tech equipment from the US.

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