China urges the United States to conduct its business fairly

On March 12, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian called on the United States to immediately stop unnecessarily detaining American companies and treat them fairly, impartially and impartially.

He made the remarks in response to news reports that the US government this week changed the licenses of Hawaii suppliers, preventing them from selling Chinese corporate products that could be used for 5G devices. According to sources cited by Reuters, these changes could disrupt agreements with Hawaii that were agreed upon under previous licenses, which have now been amended.

Speaking at a regular press conference in Beijing, Zhao said, “The facts prove that the United States is not a country of hope.

The spokesman said the United States had expanded the notion of national security and abused its national power to dismantle Chinese high-tech companies, severely violating the policies and fair competition of the market economy.

He said the actions taken by the United States not only undermine the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese companies, but also undermine the interests of companies in the United States and other countries. “This will greatly disrupt technology and trade exchanges between the two countries and the world, and undermine global industry and supply chains,” Zhao said.

“China has made its position clear on a number of occasions,” he continued, urging the United States to do things conducive to Sino-US technical and economic cooperation.

Was able to spy on customers, as well as in the U.S. in 2019 on national security grounds following allegations of intellectual property theft and violations of sanctions. Hawaii was placed on the commercial block list by the Department of Commerce. For its part, Hawaii has denied any wrongdoing.

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