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‘Release Meng,’ Beijing says to Canada’s new ambassador. No response

On Wednesday, Canada nominated Dominic Barton — former global managing director of consulting firm McKinsey & Co — as…

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Weekly Briefing: A million-strong protest in Hong Kong; Twitter and Facebook accuse China of disinformation; bye bye, Baidu

Hello, readers! The SupChina Weekly Briefing details the most important China…

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Huawei helps African governments spy on opponents

The Wall Street Journal has published…

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A reprieve for Huawei, and farm goods purchases

CNBC suggests that the trade war is…

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Xinjiang, Huawei, and the techno-trade war

It’s day 378 of the U.S.-China techno-trade war by our count. One noteworthy development: The U.S….

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No bargaining chip too big: techno-trade war talks resume

CNBC reports that “U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke to Chinese Vice…

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Wilbur Ross confirms U.S. firms can sell to Huawei

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross confirmed yesterday that “the U.S. would…

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A paper on Huawei’s links to the Chinese military

“Huawei Technologies’ Links to Chinese State Security Services” is the title of a new paper by Christoper…

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U.S.-China supply chains and innovation: The risks the Huawei hawks don’t understand

The ongoing drama with China’s largest and most innovative technology company, Huawei, illustrates how the narrative on innovation in…

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The latest American attacks on Huawei and other Chinese companies

“U.K.-based chip designer ARM has told staff it must suspend business with Huawei,” as the company…

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The ripple effects of a complete ban on Huawei access to U.S. tech will be huge

Events in the U.S. campaign against Chinese telecommunications equipment leader Huawei developed rapidly over the past week, with twin…

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Nobody trusts Huawei, but evidence of its misdeeds is scant

Here is the latest in the international saga that could be summarized as “Nobody trusts Huawei, for…

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U.K. approves Huawei equipment for non-core network

The United Kingdom has approved the use of Huawei equipment for at least some parts of its 5G data…

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Who owns Huawei? Not its employees, says research paper

Huawei’s 2018 Annual Report states that Huawei…

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After Huawei, is Tencent next?

In our first quarterly Red Paper this year ($25 or free for Access members), we laid out 10…

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