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Apple and the NBA's reversals this week underline the enormous difficulty of ending the US-China trade war.
Trump reportedly green lighted some US firms to do business with Huawei ahead of US-China trade talks
The US government blacklisted the Chinese telecoms titan in May, banning US firms from doing business with it.
Shortly after the company blacklisted over national security firms in May, the company was given 90 days to help customers with the transition.
Mnuchin urges US suppliers to seek approval to resume selling to blacklisted Huawei, new report claims
Trump met with Chinese President Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the G20 summit last month and promised to ease certain restrictions off Huawei.
Huawei says Samsung’s foldable phone fiasco is one reason why it’s being ‘cautious’ and delaying its own folding smartphone
Huawei is barred from doing business with American companies, but it cited hardware and software concerns as a reason for delaying the folding Mate X.
Huawei is planning to drop Google’s operating system as soon as next month after being barred from working with US companies
In the wake of Huawei's blacklisting by the US government, the world's second-largest smartphone maker is signaling plans to drop Google's Android.
In China you get a special warning before you call people who owe money, telling you to get them to pay up
China operates a nationwide blacklist that contains the names and personal information of people who are in debt, also known as "laolai."
The father, surnamed Rao, had failed to repay a $29,900 loan and was added to a debtor blacklist that prevented a university from accepting his son. China is expected to roll out a national social credit system in 2020, which is expected to assign a 'trustworthiness' score to every citizen.
Debtors in China are placed on a blacklist that prohibits them from flying, buying train tickets, and staying at luxury hotels
The site was created by the Supreme People’s Court in an attempt to make people comply with verdicts to repay their debts.
The EU published a list of 17 blacklisted countries on Tuesday, and a "greylist" of 47 more.