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a new day new worries for Huawei British chip designer Hey Aram has supported relations it said to comply with the U. S. blockade the move could cripple the Chinese telcos ability to make new chips for future smartphones in another headline Panasonic said it'd stop shipments of some components they then said it's continuing supplies media reports in South Korea meanwhile suggests the US is lobbying the government there not to use while a products amid a push by Washington to get allies to join a why to boycott official confirmed talks had taken place if little more for me I will go in South Korea and the United States have been discussing this issue continuously please understand that we cannot reveal the details of that conversation as of now the pressure pining after the US citing security concerns blacklisted twelve way last week a move that strain into peril its ties with alphabet which provides the android operating system and various other services , speaking on Wednesday what we found %HESITATION remained defiant actually a preparing to fight to long term war the longer we fight the stronger we will perhaps become , on Thursday trying his government warned off in its words US state power seriously damaging normal commercial corporation hi for markets to temper U. S. easing of restrictions on what way has done little to ease nerves global shares slipped sharply into the red for the fourth day and five as concerns grow that the China U. S. trade conflict is fast turning into a technology Cold War