China has threatened to take revenge on US sanctions, which Chinese tech giant Huawei has seen as an attempt to restrict international trade.
Lu Kang, Foreign Ministry spokesman, said Beijing is against countries that impose unilateral sanctions on Chinese companies and would take action.
The Trump administration effectively prevented Huawei's products from being used on US networks on Wednesday.
The order is not mentioned Any company, however, is believed to be against Huawei.
Huawei denies that its products pose a security threat and is ready to contact the US.
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Beijing accused President Trump of operating industrial sabotage by using state security as a "pretext for suppressing foreign business". [1
He gave no details about how China wanted to act against US sanctions.
What did the US Sanctions Command say?
According to a statement by the White House, Trump's order aims to "protect America from foreign adversaries who are actively and increasingly creating and exploiting vulnerabilities in infrastructure and information and communication technology services."
The Minister of Trade is given the power to "ban transactions that pose an unacceptable risk to national security," the statement said.
The move was immediately welcomed by Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, who described him as "a significant step in securing American networks."
The US has already banned federal agencies from using Huawei products and urged allies to avoid them, while Australia and New Zealand have blocked the use of Huawei devices in 5G networks.
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In April 2018, another Chinese technology company, ZTE, was banned from buying US parts after being put on the same "entity list". After Huawei signed a contract with the US in July, the company resumed its business.
How did Huawei react?
Huawei announced that his work poses no threat and is independent of the Chinese government.
"Restricting Huawei's business in the US will not make the US safer or stronger," the company said in a statement.
"Instead, this will only serve to limit the US to lower-quality but more expensive alternatives and leave the US behind." Inappropriate restrictions "for Huawei also expressed" other serious legal issues. "
During a meeting In London on Tuesday, Huawei said it was "ready to sign government-spy agreements" as concerns over the safety of its products used in mobile networks continued to increase.
How have other countries responded?
The British Prime Minister Theresa May has provisionally approved Huawei's technology for use in the country's future 5G telecommunications networks last month.
France, Germany and Belgium have not banned Huawei technology, but Japan has refrained from public procurement
The US has pressured allies to place Huawei in their 5 th To avoid G-mobile networks of the next generation.
The dispute over Huawei is taking place in a wider trade war between the US and China.
The US has raised tariffs to $ 200 billion in Chinese imports to 25% and threatens to tax another $ 300 billion.
The stock markets have been hit by the clash, but have stabilized in recent days in hopes of both countries could lead talks.