The US Department of Commerce has imposed sanctions on China's biggest maker of semiconductors, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation, claiming it poses an "unacceptable risk" of its products being diverted to "military end use".
Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies will not attempt to bypass any of the latest American strictures put in place to prevent it from buying semiconductors from — or having them designed by — other firms, but instead will start making them on its own, a report claims.
The US Department of Commerce has extended the date for Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies to do business in the country up to 15 May, ahead of the last extension which ends on 1 April.
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