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U.S. suspends export of sensitive tech to Hong Kong as China passes new national security law

TechCrunch Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
The United States government began measures today to end its special status with Hong Kong, one month after Secretary of State Michael Pompeo told Congress that Hong Kong should no longer be considered autonomous from China. These include suspending export license exceptions for sensitive U.S. technology and ending the export of defense equipment to Hong […]
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