Three Firms Blocked from Entering U.S.
(Beijing) – Three companies with links to China have been blocked from entering the United States recently over U.S. concerns they are a threat to national security.
Huawei and ZTE, leading Chinese telecoms equipment manufacturers, pose a threat to U.S. national security, the U.S. House Intelligence Committee said in a report released on October 8.
- Two Former Officials in NDRC's Bond Bureau Said to Be Investigated
- Burdens, Breaks and Tax Reform Debate
- Clear up Vagueness Surrounding Proposal for Deposit Insurance System
- Caixin Podcast: Online Video Censorship
- Caixin Podcast: A Call to Relax Foreign NGO Restrictions
- Britain's Justice Minister on Drawing a Line with Social Media
- Net Videos Will Be Censored Just Like TV Shows, Regulator Says
- Floating Junkyard
- Inconspicuous Consumption
- Another PLA Officer Said to Run Afoul of Anti-Graft Investigators
- Sign up to receive our free daily newsletter
- China, Russia Near Deal for Wide-Body Aircraft
- China Mobile's Dead End on the 3G Highway
- Retail Traditions Hit a Wall at Wal-Mart China
- Tencent Aims to Cash In on Its Hit Messaging App
- Adjusting to the End of GDP Supremacy
- Closer Look: A New Chinese Strategy for Business in Africa
- Zhou Yongkang Arrest Ratchets Up Pressure in Graft Purge
- The Parenting Trap of Cultural Patterns
- Tesla's China VP Steps Down After 9-Month Stint
- Ex-NDRC Deputy Head Given Life for Graft