Investigating how Donald Trump leads trade wars between multiple fronts that plague the global economy, an intelligence analyst pointed out that the president is placing foreign manufacturers on an official government list reserved for terrorist-sponsoring nations.  According to the New York Times the Trump administration "has added telecommunications equipment maker Huawei to a so-called entity list that effectively keeps the company from buying American technology." had previously listed two other major Chinese companies – telecommunications giant ZTE and a memory chip manufacturer, Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit ̵
Speaking to the Times James Lewis, Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said Trump's move was unprecedented and inappropriate.
"T The Entity List is reserved for our most dangerous opponents," said Lewis. "Before, you had to be a nation supporting terrorists, or a proliferator, so this is a new chapter."
Accordingly, Trump's move has exacerbated tensions, and the Chinese Ministry of Commerce should "make a list" Foreign companies and individuals considered it "unreliable", a reaction to the American move to blacklist Huawei, adding "The Chinese government also called on major technology companies in the US and other countries to warn that they could face significant consequences if they cooperated with the ban."
Huawei executives responded in a statement, "We Believe this is a dangerous precedent today is telecommunications and Huawei, tomorrow it could be your industry, your business, your consumers. "
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