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Trump's blacklist of Huawei has serious implications for Red Hat, Oracle, VMware and other huge US software companies (MSFT, ORCL, VMW, RHT)

Business Insider Monday, 20 May 2019
Trump's blacklist of Huawei has serious implications for Red Hat, Oracle, VMware and other huge US software companies (MSFT, ORCL, VMW, RHT)· US companies caught up in the quagmire of Trump's blacklist on Huawei extends far beyond Google, Intel, Broadcom, and Qualcomm.
· Many enterprise software companies sell their wares to the Chinese giant, and have joint tech development or sales agreements.
· Those companies could be required to get US government approval...
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News video: Trump's Huawei Ban May Hurt Apple And Other Tech Companies

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On Wednesday the Trump administration banned Chinese electronics company Huawei from buying parts from US companies without the government's approval. Markets Insider reports that while some experts say the ban could have negative implications for US technology companies, including Apple. China on...

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