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China has called for talks following Huawei blacklisting technology giants: Report



China has reportedly invited representatives of global technology giants to meetings after the Trump administration announced a ban on Huawei products in the US Adhering to the US blacklist for Huawei products would lead to further complications.

The source told Reuters the meeting was not meant to be a warning. Instead, Chinese officials advised Microsoft not to take any hasty steps before fully assessing the situation.

Chinese officials reportedly met with Dell last week, South Korea's Samsung and SK Hynix, and British computer chip designer ARM.

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Reuters noted that this is the case It is not uncommon for Chinese officials to speak with representatives of foreign companies.

China has sworn to publish its own list of "unreliable" foreign companies in retaliation for Huawei being blacklisted in the US.

Meetings with top technology companies are taking place just days after Facebook's announcement that it will no longer be able to pre-install the app on Huawei phones.

The tension between the US and Huawei comes about as trade talks with China falter and the two countries impose tariffs on each other. [19659012] (function (d, s, id) {
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