NOV 24, 2018 | US
Trade War Puts US Tech Sector in Line of Fire
Financial Times, November 25, 2018
By James Politi
“Unilateral export controls on US companies and US researchers could really disadvantage them,” said Christian Troncoso, director of policy at the BSA/Software Alliance, the industry lobby group. “Overbroad export controls will undermine US national security by disrupting the . . . innovation that is essential to economic prosperity.”
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