China to retaliate against US' Huawei ban

China ready to target Apple, Qualcomm, Cisco and Boeing in retaliation against US' Huawei ban: source 

China is ready to take a series of countermeasures against a US plan to block shipments of semiconductors to Chinese telecom firm Huawei, including putting US companies on an "unreliable entity list," launching investigations and imposing restrictions on US companies such as Apple and suspending the purchase of Boeing airplanes, a source close to the Chinese government told the Global Times.

The Trump administration on Friday moved to block shipments of semiconductors to Huawei from global chipmakers. The US Commerce Department said it was amending an export rule and the Entity List to "strategically target Huawei's acquisition of semiconductors that are the direct product of certain US software and technology," according to a statement on its website.

"China will take forceful countermeasures to protect its own legitimate rights," if the US moves forward with the plan to bar essential suppliers of chips, including Taiwan-based TSMC, from selling chips to the Chinese tech giant, the source told the Global Times in an exclusive interview.

The measures include adding related US companies to China's "unreliable entity list," imposing restrictions on or launching investigations into US companies like Qualcomm, Cisco and Apple according to Chinese laws and regulations like Cybersecurity Review Measures and Anti-monopoly Law, and suspending airplane purchases from Boeing, said the source.

The US companies mentioned including Apple, Qualcomm, Cisco and Boeing are all highly dependent on the Chinese market.

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) announced last May that China will release its own list targeting foreign entities that seriously undermine the legitimate interests of Chinese companies.

The unreliable entity list will include foreign organizations, individuals and companies that block or shut supply chains, or take discriminatory measures for non-commercial reasons, and when their actions endanger the business of Chinese companies as well as global consumers and companies, MOFCOM spokesperson Gao Feng told a press conference in 2019.

The list will also include foreign entities that cause actual or potential damage to Chinese companies and industries. Endangering or potentially endangering China's national security is also a cause for inclusion on the list, according to Zhi Luxun, head of the Bureau of Industry, Security, Import and Export Control at MOFCOM on June 1, 2019.

Once a company is listed, it will face necessary legal and administrative measures and the Chinese public will also be warned against dealing with it to reduce risks, Zhi said. 

https://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1188491.shtml

Interesting. I would have expected my company to be in the mix of this. Broadcom (AVGO). 

Akkadian88 -

When will Trump stop cozying up to dictators?

Maybe when Trump pulls his hotels and Ivanka stops having her products made in China?

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Fuck China 

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paper tiger gesture

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AmericanJJ -

Fuck China 

And anything Huawei 

AnotherTMAguy - 
Akkadian88 -

When will Trump stop cozying up to dictators?

Maybe when Trump pulls his hotels and Ivanka stops having her products made in China?


shes cozying up to a dictator by owning one of the hundreds of thousands of businesses in the world that has manufacturing ops in China?  Youre not being overly dramatic a bit there? 


And where are the Trump hotels in China?  Are there any? 


 

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AnotherTMAguy - 
Akkadian88 -

When will Trump stop cozying up to dictators?

Maybe when Trump pulls his hotels and Ivanka stops having her products made in China?


shes cozying up to a dictator by owning one of the hundreds of thousands of businesses in the world that has manufacturing ops in China?  Youre not being overly dramatic a bit there? 


And where are the Trump hotels in China?  Are there any? 


 

As I recall, he had several attempts and plans but nothing ever materize.

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FUCK CHINA. CHINA IS ASSHOE


Nobody cares.

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so trump cozies up to dictators because he almost before he was POTUS put a hotel in china.  Thanks for the clarification.  I dont speak democrat.

 

 

 

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BigEyedFish - 

so trump cozies up to dictators because he almost before he was POTUS put a hotel in china.  Thanks for the clarification.  I dont speak democrat.

 

 

 

 

Well he does have a history of that, doesn't he? He "loves" the Saudis because they buy apartments from him. He literally said the word loves.

 

Is it really a stretch to think that his business interests in China would influence his decision making?

Chances are he's just using China as an election strategy, like he used Saudi Arabia in 2016. He had you Trumptards foaming at the mouth with hatred for the Saudi/Hillary axis--and me too admittedly--only to bend the knee the first chance he got.

He might be doing the same thing with China. Create a fake narrative pretending he's against China, then when everything blows over, make a business deal and "love" them too.

And he knows from experience, you'll find a way to MAGA that.

 

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BigEyedFish - 

so trump cozies up to dictators because he almost before he was POTUS put a hotel in china.  Thanks for the clarification.  I dont speak democrat.

 

 

 

 

Well he does have a history of that, doesn't he? He "loves" the Saudis because they buy apartments from him. He literally said the word loves.

 

Is it really a stretch to think that his business interests in China would influence his decision making?

Chances are he's just using China as an election strategy, like he used Saudi Arabia in 2016. He had you Trumptards foaming at the mouth with hatred for the Saudi/Hillary axis--and me too admittedly--only to bend the knee the first chance he got.

He might be doing the same thing with China. Create a fake narrative pretending he's against China, then when everything blows over, make a business deal and "love" them too.

And he knows from experience, you'll find a way to MAGA that.

 


just had to find a way to crowbar TDS into a discussion before bedtime eh? 

'Maybe Trump pulls his china hotels in china' was the first TDS statement

it was clearly an emotional over reach. clearly.

and here you are again completely talking about something that no one else is talking about because you need to let people know that orangemanbad before bed. 

are you a vegan by any chance? 

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BigEyedFish -

so trump cozies up to dictators because he almost before he was POTUS put a hotel in china.  Thanks for the clarification.  I dont speak democrat.


 


 


 

Its from a Chinese newspaper.  Interesting source, don't you think?

BigEyedFish - 
Flavorful - 
BigEyedFish - 

so trump cozies up to dictators because he almost before he was POTUS put a hotel in china.  Thanks for the clarification.  I dont speak democrat.

 

 

 

 

Well he does have a history of that, doesn't he? He "loves" the Saudis because they buy apartments from him. He literally said the word loves.

 

Is it really a stretch to think that his business interests in China would influence his decision making?

Chances are he's just using China as an election strategy, like he used Saudi Arabia in 2016. He had you Trumptards foaming at the mouth with hatred for the Saudi/Hillary axis--and me too admittedly--only to bend the knee the first chance he got.

He might be doing the same thing with China. Create a fake narrative pretending he's against China, then when everything blows over, make a business deal and "love" them too.

And he knows from experience, you'll find a way to MAGA that.

 


just had to find a way to crowbar TDS into a discussion before bedtime eh? 

'Maybe Trump pulls his china hotels in china' was the first TDS statement

it was clearly an emotional over reach. clearly.

and here you are again completely talking about something that no one else is talking about because you need to let people know that orangemanbad before bed. 

are you a vegan by any chance? 


Everything is TDS to you, so does it matter? If it ain't MAGA, it's TDS. That says more about you than me.

But that's besides the point. If I had a history of lying, and someone said I might be a lying about a certain subject, would you say "flavorfulbad"?

Or would you say, well this guy sure as fuck lies a lot, so there's a chance he's lying now.

How can you be so sure he's telling the truth about China? 

The real problem with you is that you are so in love with the man, anything that's not gushing with love for him makes you lose your shit.

It's creepy dude. Seriously. 

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gooood

let them fight

If you’re coming on, come on!

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BigEyedFish - 
Flavorful - 
BigEyedFish - 

so trump cozies up to dictators because he almost before he was POTUS put a hotel in china.  Thanks for the clarification.  I dont speak democrat.

 

 

 

 

Well he does have a history of that, doesn't he? He "loves" the Saudis because they buy apartments from him. He literally said the word loves.

 

Is it really a stretch to think that his business interests in China would influence his decision making?

Chances are he's just using China as an election strategy, like he used Saudi Arabia in 2016. He had you Trumptards foaming at the mouth with hatred for the Saudi/Hillary axis--and me too admittedly--only to bend the knee the first chance he got.

He might be doing the same thing with China. Create a fake narrative pretending he's against China, then when everything blows over, make a business deal and "love" them too.

And he knows from experience, you'll find a way to MAGA that.

 


just had to find a way to crowbar TDS into a discussion before bedtime eh? 

'Maybe Trump pulls his china hotels in china' was the first TDS statement

it was clearly an emotional over reach. clearly.

and here you are again completely talking about something that no one else is talking about because you need to let people know that orangemanbad before bed. 

are you a vegan by any chance? 


Everything is TDS to you, so does it matter? If it ain't MAGA, it's TDS. That says more about you than me.

But that's besides the point. If I had a history of lying, and someone said I might be a lying about a certain subject, would you say "flavorfulbad"?

Or would you say, well this guy sure as fuck lies a lot, so there's a chance he's lying now.

How can you be so sure he's telling the truth about China? 

The real problem with you is that you are so in love with the man, anything that's not gushing with love for him makes you lose your shit.

It's creepy dude. Seriously. 


there were never trump chinese hotels

ivanka has products made in china like the rest of the world

and you have TDS

there is nothing more to this, no matter how much you like typing on the internet about another grown man you irrationally hate.  

To use a Chinese saying:  empty barrels make the most noise. Fuck China.  Taiwan forever.

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Dajuisher -

Interesting. I would have expected my company to be in the mix of this. Broadcom (AVGO). 

I used to do trade shows for Broadcom. Still have a cool pen with a usb drive we’d give out at the conventions. Didn’t the CEO get all coked out and screw up the company or something back in the 2000s? Seem to remember some shit went down back then. 

JJitsu -
Dajuisher -

Interesting. I would have expected my company to be in the mix of this. Broadcom (AVGO). 

I used to do trade shows for Broadcom. Still have a cool pen with a usb drive we’d give out at the conventions. Didn’t the CEO get all coked out and screw up the company or something back in the 2000s? Seem to remember some shit went down back then. 

Might have been the previous CEO. Avago merged with Broadcom and took on the name. Some type of gentleman’s deal to keep the Broadcom name alive. 
 


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broadcom_Corporation


Tan went on to become the CEO of Integrated Circuit Systems Inc. When this was sold to Integrated Device Technology Inc, he became the latter company's chairman. Avago was created following a US$2.66 billion buyout of Integrated Circuit Systems in 2005. Tan was hired to lead the company as chief executive.[4]


In 2015, Tan merged the company with Broadcom Corporation following an acquisition, leading to the creation of Broadcom Inc which he currently runs.