Trump administration issues interim rule on secure tech transactions By Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States Department of Commerce on Thursday issued interim rules aimed at securing the nation’s technology and communications supply chain that would prohibit certain transactions with Russia, China, Iran, Venezuela, North Korea and Cuba. The rule will take effect in 60 days, it said in a statement.

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