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US Blacklists a Dozen More Chinese Entities Over Military Links

The U.S. Commerce Department has added a dozen Chinese companies to a trade blacklist, citing national security concerns and some of the firms’ involvement in aiding the Chinese military’s quantum computing efforts.

U.S. tech products enable Chinese surveillance in Xinjiang

U.S. technology companies are still supplying China’s surveillance state with equipment and software for monitoring populations and censoring information, including in the Xinjiang region, despite damning revelations that have led to genocide accusations against Beijing, according to researchers.

U.S. blacklists 23 more Chinese entities over Xinjiang abuses, military ties

The Commerce Department added 34 foreign entities to an export blacklist on Friday for "acting contrary to the foreign policy interests of the United States," including 23 companies allegedly tied to the Chinese military or implicated in the genocide against Muslim minorities in Xinjiang.

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