China Blasts U.S. for Using National Security Card to Disrupt Free Trade
China’s commerce ministry said it opposes a U.S. ban on the sale of American components to local chipmaker Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co. Ltd., saying the move interferes with international trade under the guise of protecting national security.
The move marks the latest escalation between the world’s two largest economies, which are embroiled in a trade war centered partly on U.S. accusations that China steals American intellectual property. Those tensions have seen Washington take growing steps to block Chinese firms from obtaining U.S. technology, especially in the semiconductor space.
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