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U.S. publishes list of Chinese and Russian firms with military ties


The Trump administration on Monday published a list of Chinese and Russian companies with alleged military ties that restrict them from buying a wide range of U.S. goods and technology. Reuters first reported last month that the U.S. Department of Commerce drafted a list of companies that it linked to the Chinese or Russian military, news that brought a rebuke from Beijing. The final list does not include Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC), or the Hong Kong subsidiaries of Colorado’s Arrow Electronics ARW.N and Texas-based TTI Inc, a Berkshire Hathaway BRKa.N electronics distributor. Those companies were on the draft list seen by Reuters. The…

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