US bars China supercomputer firms, institute from buying American parts
WASHINGTON: The US commerce department said on Friday it was adding several Chinese companies and a government-owned institute involved in supercomputing with military applications to its national security "entity list" that bars them from buying US parts and components without government approval
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San dy• 12 hours ago
There must be global sanctions against United States of America ... As this country with brutal mindset try to dominate the world and destabilizing global peace . And heading towards the global war ..... World War III
Vijay Desikan• USA • 12 hours ago
Why don''t you organize sanctions against the U.S. and see how many countries join you?
Bijit • 12 hours ago
Good decision by US, other countries should also do the same for china.
Rajesh• 12 hours ago
True. But they have already copied lot of it. Additionally they will try to smuggle it out of USA via a proxy country. We know pakistan for one will serve its chinese masters in any way required !!!
Girish• USA • 11 hours ago
So, what Indians should do? They should, at the least, stop buying any Chinese electronics product including Huwawei phones !!!
Bala Srinivasan • saginaw USA • 12 hours ago
INDIA needs to take a hint from USA&EU in its dealings with DUPLICITOUS CHINA.
Hi Sudip • 12 hours ago
Trade war continues & Chinkis has to pay the price..
Shri Ram• Chennai • 12 hours ago
US is just realizing China was eating up everything from them. better late than never.
Pbch Chowdhuri• India • 12 hours ago
India should follow suit and ban all imports from China.
Eddie JS• Shillong-Guwahati • 11 hours ago
India is a beggar country, no match anywhere like the US and the West! Can't do that!
bhartiya singh• 11 hours ago
Beggars do not spend trillions in space technology, the future frontier. Beggars do not get listed in US trade imbalances with surplus on Indian side. China''s manufacturing industry largest potential market is India and not USA.
IndianOneIndia• 12 hours ago
China could have grown healthily and become a super power with class but it did many mistakes with over confidence and false pride
Mohankumar • 11 hours ago
if americans were careful two decades back .China would not have become so big and belligerent.
Chinese stole american tech,trade secrets ,designs and produced fake goods of american brands and sold to other countries at cheap rates to earn huge money .now using that money to buy countries to their side
Radiance• Mumbai • 12 hours ago
United States should impose sanctions on China''s space and nuclear technology companies too, because they might be subject to proliferation risks
RAJENDER Rao• New Delhi • 11 hours ago
Never trust anyone, tommorow if India become superpower USA will do same, so start become self dependent
Sivanarain55 • Bengaluru • 11 hours ago
good that America learnt the lesson. never trust the dragon. it's threat to Asian countries.
Sarvjeet Singh • 12 hours ago
What is the use of banning now when chinkies has already cloned most of the US technology
Wake • usa • 10 hours ago
greatest US PRESIDENT EVER..
Dr Sharma• 12 hours ago
Too little too late.
John Jani Janardan • Hamunaptra • 9 hours ago
The US is doing the right thing. China has been growing rich at the cost of others and it is high time they are put in their right place.
A N • 11 hours ago
The Chinese are thieves, they come into US and steal all their research work from their universities and companies and go back to manufacture the same with stolen technology.
sivanarain55• Bengaluru • 11 hours ago
China means duplicate
Dr. B • 8 hours ago
India should follow Trump''s lead and ban these companies from operating or doing business in India.
Avtaar • Earthling • 12 hours ago
US is a Chicken & China is a Fox
Sandeep Kumar • 12 hours ago
Cold war in full flow !
Gopakumar Sadanandan • 11 hours ago
This starts the war that the US is loosing.!!
Anonymous • bangalore • 9 hours ago
Seems that Trump is determined enough to curb china at any cost.
Anis Shaikh• 12 hours ago
US fearing China