More countries scrutinize foreign efforts to acquire their companies

Apr 9, 2021
The U.S. government is concerned about the national security risks in Chinese companies buying American companies.
The Chinese flag at one of its U.S. consulates. Thursday the Commerce Department stopped seven Chinese firms from buying American-made technologies.
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New Chinese export rules make TikTok sale more complicated

Aug 31, 2020
China updated its export rules in a way that could delay the sale of TikTok.
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Trump administration doubles down on threat to impose auto tariffs

Jan 22, 2020
If implemented, the tariffs will hurt American workers — and consumers.
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Here's why Washington is concerned about TikTok

Nov 4, 2019
National security officials are reportedly investigating the popular social video app because of its user data practices.
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U.S. pushes international curbs on Huawei

Feb 13, 2019
If you asked the White House to name its global corporate enemy No. 1, the Chinese tech giant Huawei would be at, or near, the top of the list. Washington has pushed for Huawei’s chief financial officer to be arrested on allegations of evading sanctions laws, and it’s charged the company with stealing technology from […]
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5 things to know about electronics giant Huawei

Dec 6, 2018
The U.S.-China trade relationship is getting even more tense.
A Huawei representative prepares a Huawei smartphone for display during the 2018 International Consumer Eleectronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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Trump, Perry propose a lifeline for coal and nuclear sectors that critics say is unnecessary and would be harmful

Jun 5, 2018
The latest directive would allow the Energy Department to use a complex wartime law in the interest of national security.

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How economic security is national security for Trump

Apr 10, 2018
Many trading partners see that core administration belief as a thinly veiled cover for protectionism.
President Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with senior military leaders at the White House in Washington, D.C., on Monday. On his right is new National Security Advisor John Bolton.
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Securing "soft targets" can be costly, financially and emotionally

Oct 4, 2017
What do we do now? This is one of many questions being asked by hotels, restaurants, festival organizers and anybody responsible for places people gather. Security at large events and in heavy traffic areas is already tougher than it used to be, with methods to limit the risks of active shooters, cars ramming into crowds […]