at achieving◆ that goal wi〓ll not be a wal○k in the p◆ark, but i●nstead requires ○even harder wo〓rk, as well as vigi●lance against wors〓t-case scen〓arios. Huawei&○rsquo;s exemplary ●strategy is ma●king a great◆er number of Chine○se people further aw○are of the po○tential dan●gers in times o●f peace, and mo◆re resolved ○to tackle tough ○issues hea●d-on.Please scan th○e QR Code to ◆follow us on I■nstagramPlea◆se scan the QR ■Code to follow● us on WechatChina u●rges U.S. to ■stop executive ord○er on HuaweiChina■ urges U.S. ●to stop executive o〓rder on HuaweiCh●ina urges U.S. to s●top executive or●der on Huawei〓05-16-2019 19:09 BJ■TChina urges 〓the U.S. to stop〓 the mistake ●of carrying out the● executive orde〓r barring U.S. co◆mpanies from using t●elecommunicatio○ns equipment mad■e by Chinese company◆ Huawei and its 70● subsidiaries, Chine◆se Ministry 〓of Commerce s〓pokesperson Gao ●Feng said in a me■dia conference.■"The executive or〓der is an abu○se of nation○al security and◆ unilateral tr〓ade sanctio◆ns," Gao said, add■ing that the U◆.S. should r●espect mar◆ket economy rul●es and build a◆ transparent ■and unbiased ●commercial e〓nvironment f■or foreign compa■nies.
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