China has unveiled new cyber security regulations calling for "secure and controllable" technology in its networks, raising the possibility that it could be used to block American technology companies on national security grounds.
US President Donald Trump is using the Huawei issue to put pressure on China to agree to a trade deal on his terms, well-known telecommunications consultant Paul Budde says, adding that it would be interesting to see if the two countries are able to resolve their trade issues.
ANALYSIS A trade pact between China and the US appears to be unlikely following the actions taken by the US Government against Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies on Thursday (Australian time), with the more serious ban being one that prevents Huawei from importing components from American companies without government approval.
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