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  • China criticizes possible US penalties against banks

    China has criticized Washington's efforts to enforce US law abroad following a report three Chinese banks might be penalized in a case over dealings with North Korea

    ABC News
  • China criticizes possible US penalties against banks

    BEIJING (AP) - China on Tuesday criticized Washington's efforts to enforce U.S. law abroad following a news report three Chinese banks might be penalized over dealings with North Korea. The banks named by The Washington Post as facing possible loss of access to the U.S. financial system denied they were

    The Washington Times
  • China criticizes possible US penalties against banks

    BEIJING (AP) — China on Tuesday criticized Washington’s efforts to enforce U.S. law abroad following a news report three Chinese banks might be penalized over dealings with North Korea. The banks named by The Washington

    WTOP
  • China criticizes possible US penalties against banks

    China has criticized Washington’s efforts to enforce US law abroad following a report three Chinese banks might be penalized in a case over dealings with North Korea

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • Huawei unveils new midrange phones in China as US tensions simmer

    The company has new midrange phones but don't expect to see them in many places outside of China.

    CNET
  • China telecom giant Huawei hints US pressure hurting sales

    SHANGHAI (AP) " Huawei's chief strategist said Tuesday the company would have become the world's number one smartphone maker by the year's end if not for "unexpected" circumstances " a hint that pressure from the U.S. may be hurting its sales.The comment by Shao Yang at the Consumer Electronics Show in Shanghai comes as Washington intensifies pressure on other countries to exclude Huawei Technologies from next-generation, or 5G, telecom networks where it actually is considered an [

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  • China telecom giant Huawei hints US pressure hurting sales

    Chinese tech giant Huawei said Tuesday it would have become the world's number one smartphone maker by year's end if it were not for "unexpected" circumstances—a hint that pressure from the U.S. may be hurting its sales.

    phys.org