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    Largest Chinese Chip Maker SMIC Announces Withdrawal from NYSE

    China's largest chip maker SMIC has announced that it is delisting from the New York Stock Exchange after June 13, 2019. A spokesperson for SMIC told CNBC the move isn't related to the ongoing trade war. Some reports say sanctions are expected for "as many as five Chinese video surveillance...
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    Google Suspends Transfers of Technology with Huawei

    Reuters is reporting that Google has suspended transfers of technology with Huawei after the U.S. blacklisted the Chinese manufacturer of electronics. This includes Android and hardware products according to the article. Huawei will still have access to open source licenses.
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    Department of Justice Charges Huawei and Its Executives with 23 Crimes

    A 10-count indictment was unsealed today that charged Huawei Device Co., Ltd and Huawei Device Co. USA with theft of trade secrets conspiracy, attempted theft of trade secrets, seven counts of wire fraud, and one count of obstruction of justice. The indictment details Huawei's efforts to steal...
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    Taiwan ODMs Seek Trade Sanction Relief by Moving Production Back from China

    Taiwan based original design manufacturers (ODM) Quanta Computer and Wiwynn are considering a plan to bring back their production lines for server-use motherboards from China. This is because of a potential 10% extra tariff on $200 billion in goods from China due to the US-China trade war...