Tensions between the United States and China are increasing. The United States has blacklisted China’s 33 companies and institutes.
America has blacklisted China’s 33 companies and institutes.
Washington: Tensions between the United States and China are increasing. The US has blacklisted China’s 33 companies and institutes. These companies are accused of helping Beijing spy on minority communities and allegedly have ties to the Chinese military.
The U.S. Department of Commerce took this step one day after China announced its plan to enforce the Hong Kong National Security Law. In its statement, the ministry said that human rights violations, abuses in China’s repressive operations, arbitrary detention, forced labor and high-tech surveillance of the Uygar community
Chinese companies and institutions have been blacklisted.
According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, at least seven top tech companies have been approved to enable China’s high-tech surveillance. While 24 other companies, government institutions and trade organizations were involved in buying the equipment used by the Chinese army.
2019 in similar 28) Has been added to the black list of Chinese public offices and companies. These companies have been suspected of abusing the Uygar community. This list also included some of the leading Chinese startups for artificial intelligence and video surveillance companies.
Washington’s approach is part of the same draft that includes limiting the impact of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd on national security issues. Last week, the U.S. Department of Commerce tried to limit Huawei’s access to chip makers.