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.
- Government Debt Risk Under Control, Finance Ministry Says
- Why Property Financing Drew Blood in Nanyang
- Illicit Haul
- Graphics: Ageing Muscle
- Leak Blamed for Beijing Water Shutoff
- Grids Show Little Interest in E-Car Charging
- How Local Land Policies Hurt Businesses in Megacities
- Acclaimed Chinese Writer, Yang Jiang, Dies at Age 105
- Dangerous Ride
- Police Seize Official Seals of Troubled Sportswear Manufacturer
- Sign up to receive our free daily newsletter
- Making Sense of China's Slow Growth Trajectory
- China Scores with Aston Villa Soccer Deal
- Exposing the Brutality of False Benevolence
- Chinese Consortium in Malaysia to Lobby for Multi-Billion Dollar Rail Project
- How India is Stepping Out of China's Shadow
- Delistings on Hold as CSRC Slams a Back Door
- Commercial Debt Dodgers Pressure China's Banks
- Doctor Beaten to Death in Hunan by a Patient's Family
- Death of Young Man in Custody Raises Suspicion of Police Brutality
- Private Players Entering Oil Import Trade Flares Demand for Crude