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U.S. mulls cutting Huawei off from global chip suppliers

By Alexandra Alper and Karen Freifeld

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This is a great idea until Donny decides to scar Chinese jobs like he did with the ZTE deal.

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How can the US stop something they don't even make? Bully tatics!

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How can the US stop something they don't even make? Bully tatics!

Exactly. But many Americans (see above) believe US laws should be forced onto other countries. They don't recognize other nations as independent entities. They are considered either lapdogs or rogue nations.

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I thought the capitalist ideal was free and fair competition.

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Who says the USA represents free and fair capitalism? Crony capitalism is another story.

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