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Beijing is outraged over a Waleed Wally phone the Chinese foreign ministry said on Monday that fed ex should offer a proper explanation for refusing to ship a while we technologies phone sense from Britain to the United States fed ex on Sunday apologize for what it's calling an operational error as it works to comply with US restrictions on business with wa wait but while he says it's part of a pattern FedEx last month apologize for misdirected packages sent between while we offices while we on Sunday tweeted it was not within FedEx's rights to prevent the delivery and said the career had a vendetta Washington deems while we phones a possible security risk and earlier this year please the tech firm on a so called entities list that means US companies must apply for special permission to do business with why we related forms China is still smarting over what it sees as unjust sanctions against the company on Monday a foreign ministry spokesman linked the fed ex mishap to what it called America's bullying tactics may walk in with the American government is abusing the concept of national security based on unwarranted charges and using state apparatus to target one Chinese company that's the root of the problem and the reason for this chaos meanwhile China is also drawing up an unreliable entities list of foreign firms groups and individuals and Beijing has suggested that X. could find itself shut out of business in China the potential for tat comes against a backdrop of increasing tension between the world's two biggest economies the US and China have been engaged in a trade war for nearly a year or on issues such as tariffs subsidies technology regulations and cyber security