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American firms suspend ties with China based Huawei

Huawei Technologies, world's second largest smartphone maker, is in the soup now that Trump Administration has added its name in the list of blacklisted companies with whom American firms are not supposed to do business. An increasing number of American firms seem to have cut ties with the China based company.

First, US based Google suspended some of its Android services for Huawei. Now, reports are coming in that Qualcomm, Intel, and Broadcom have announced to break trade ties with

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