WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration on Thursday labeled China, Iran, Russia, Cuba and North Korea as foreign adversaries as part of a new set of rules aimed at protecting the United States’ telecommunications supply chain. The rules, which implement an executive order that US President Donald Trump signed in May 2019, will take effect 60 days after publication.
Trump Administration Unveils Rules to Protect Telecommunications Supply Chain; calls China an adversary By Reuters
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