Stock Exchanges: Chinese Companies and State Department

stock exchanges: That's undermining hopes that a change of U.S. president might lead to an easing in the technology cold war. ; The Securities and Exchange Commission's decision to push ahead with a plan that could lead to the delisting of Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges is just the latest salvo, according to The Japan Times. Last week, Trump issued an executive order barring investments in Chinese companies that are owned or controlled by the military. Giants from Huawei Technologies Co. to Tik Tok owner Byte Dance Ltd. can have no doubt left There will be no let-up in the Trump administration's efforts to entrench its China policy before leaving office. Since the Nov. 3 election, the State Department also slapped sanctions on more people accused of undermining Hong Kong's autonomy. Shifting the goalposts will make it harder for Joe Biden to move them back, assuming the president-elect even wants to. U.S. officials have made no secret of their strategy Future U.S. presidents will find it politically suicidal to reverse President Trump's historic actions, John Ullyot, a spokesman for the National Security Council, said this week. ( As reported in the news.

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