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The United States says the companies work at the behest of the Chinese government and that their equipment could be used to spy on Americans.
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Lawmakers say that China’s reported use of a microchip to target tech giants like Amazon and Apple shows the ‘lengths that Beijing will go...
Lawmakers on the House and Senate said Bloomberg's report that Chinese spies had inserted malicious microchips into motherboards used by tech giants like Apple and Amazon was another example of Beijing's growing campaign to infiltrate the US.
The Democratic National Committee warned candidates running in the November midterms not to use Chinese-produced devices by ZTE and Huawei, "even if the price is low or free."
Congress is shrugging off its baffling cave to Trump that softened legislation punishing a Chinese telecom giant
"We’ll see if they do something that’s inconsistent with a sort of a second chance they’ve got then I think no matter what President Trump says we’ll come down hard."
Congressional Republicans gave what appears to be a major concession to President Donald Trump on Friday, easing the ban on the Chinese smartphone maker ZTE.
The Republican-controlled Senate voted 85-10 to pass a defense spending bill that would also overrule a Trump administration deal to lift sanctions on Chinese telecommunications company ZTE. The amendment could be removed as the bill is reconciled with a House version.
ZTE will be forced to pay a fine of $1 billion and make changes to its executive team, according to Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. The deal comes after weeks of talks between the Trump administration and the Chinese government.
China is a wide and diverse nation, but its leadership, the Chinese Communist Party, takes steps to secure its interests that may shock those from open societies in the West.
The very purpose of the Chinese tech company ZTE is to spy on other countries, a competitor alleges in new court documents
ZTE was reportedly founded by China's Ministry of Aerospace in order to spy overseas, a competitor has alleged in court documents. Officials in Liberia also reportedly testified that they received "brown paper bags" filled with cash as bribes to act against the interest of ZTE's competitor.