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President Trump's national emergency likely won't stop you from buying a Huawei phone, much less an iPhone. Here's what it means for you.

Business Insider Thursday, 16 May 2019
President Trump's national emergency likely won't stop you from buying a Huawei phone, much less an iPhone. Here's what it means for you.· President Trump's declaration of a national emergency and executive order banning tech products made by US adversaries isn't likely to affect consumers here anytime soon.
· Although the order is broad, it's widely expected to be used to target China and Chinese equipment maker Huawei.
· It likely will be applied to...
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President Donald Trump recently made a national emergency declaration. He added Chinese telecommunications Huawei on the U.S. Commerce Department’s “entity list.” This means Huawei would have to get U.S. government approval before buying parts from U.S. vendors. According to Business Insider,...

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