Trump talks about lists of entities: will determine which companies will be on the list

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 Trump talks about lists of entities: will determine which companies will be on the list


On the afternoon of October 11, President Trump met with Vice Premier Liu He of the State Council in the Oval Office of the White House. After the meeting, Trump answered questions from reporters. In response to China Dailys question about whether he will call a halt to the recently expanding blacklist of US sanctions against Chinese companies, Trump said, We will look at the blacklist, and then we will determine which companies will be on that list. In response to a reporters question about whether he would welcome Chinese companies to invest in the United States, Trump said, We absolutely welcome it. We are doing a lot of business with Chinese companies. But at the same time, he said, security must be taken into account for some companies. The U.S. Department of Commerce imposed sanctions on 28 Chinese entities on the list of export control entities on Oct. 7. Both the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Commerce expressed strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition, urging the United States to remove relevant Chinese entities from the list of entities as soon as possible. Source: Xiao Qi_N6799, Responsible Editor of China Daily Network

On the afternoon of October 11, President Trump met with Vice Premier Liu He of the State Council in the Oval Office of the White House. After the meeting, Trump answered questions from reporters. In response to China Dailys question about whether he will call a halt to the recently expanding blacklist of US sanctions against Chinese companies, Trump said, We will look at the blacklist, and then we will determine which companies will be on that list. In response to a reporters question about whether he would welcome Chinese companies to invest in the United States, Trump said, We absolutely welcome it. We are doing a lot of business with Chinese companies. But at the same time, he said, security must be taken into account for some companies. The U.S. Department of Commerce imposed sanctions on 28 Chinese entities on the list of export control entities on Oct. 7. Both the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Commerce expressed strong dissatisfaction and firm opposition, urging the United States to remove relevant Chinese entities from the list of entities as soon as possible.