Thirty-one more Chinese companies were added to Washington’s “unverified” list—which makes it harder for them to import advanced U.S. technology.
Tech giant IBM is investing $20 billion in New York, boosting U.S. microchip manufacturing and reducing U.S. dependence on Asia.
Data on U.S. election workers was stored in China. Now, the CEO of a California company is under arrest.
The United Nations stays silent on Beijing’s repression of Uyghurs in the Xinjiang region. A vote hints at China rallying developing nations to counter the West.
Another COVID-19 lockdown takes place—this time, with police holding machine guns in an airport to keep people from boarding.
Topics in this episode:
- New Measures Restrict Chip Exports to China
- Huawei to Relaunch 5G Phone Amid U.S. Sanctions
- Biden Visits NN IBM Plant, Touts Chips Act
- Apple Suppliers Add U.S. Production Sites
- Apple Shifts Airpods Production from China: Nikkei
- U.S. Election Tech Company CEO Arrested for Storing Election Workers’ Data in China
- U.N. Rejects Debate on China’s Rights Abuses
- China’s Xinjiang Hit with Another Lockdown
- China Using Machine Guns to Enforce Airport Lockdown
- N. Korea Fires More Missiles, Condemns U.S.
- Taiwan Stockpiling Supplies in Case of Invasion
- Chinese Millennials Turning to Frugal Lifestyles
- China Lags Behind the U.S. in Tech War?
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