Goodbye blacklist, Xiaomi again welcome you to the USA

Goodbye blacklist, Xiaomi again welcome you to the USA

Goodbye blacklist

Xiaomi, during the Trump administration, ended up on the famous blacklist of entities with which American companies cannot have commercial relations, the same one that Huawei has sadly also ended up on. The new US government has now finally decided to remove the restrictions put in place against Lei Jun's company.

Xiaomi has nothing to do with the Chinese army and does not pose a threat to the security of the United States. In this way we could summarize the recent events that have finally seen the removal of Xiaomi's name from the infamous blacklist of "prohibited companies".

After being included in the American blacklist precisely because of the administration's accusations Trump, which indicated a possible relationship between the Chinese military and the technology company, Xiaomi had initiated legal proceedings against the US government.

Now the latter, administered by President Joe Biden, has reached a new agreement: Xiaomi has managed to prove that it is not owned or controlled by the Chinese military, so the US Department of Defense (DoD) has excluded it from the commercial ban. As reported by Bloomberg, this sent the company's shares up on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange by 6.7% after the news was published.

“The Biden administration is deeply concerned about potential US investments in companies linked to the Chinese military and fully committed to maintaining pressure on such companies, ”said Emily Horne, a spokeswoman for the White House National Security Council.

A story with a happy ending for Xiaomi, a decidedly different ending from what happened to Huawei. The company led by CEO Ren Zhengfei has suffered much worse consequences with the exclusion from tenders for the construction of 5G infrastructures in various countries around the world and the inability to collaborate with Google for the use of American software on their smartphones. resulting in the birth of HarmonyOS and Huawei AppGallery.

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The Blacklist Season 8 Episode 13

Red has been flying to Kansas alone to visit Anne. She and her friends, Lois and Bran, are waiting for him, to play bridge. Lois is a cop. Reddington enjoys escaping to Kansas but he has to go back to protect his empire. Red overhears Lois pushing Anne to learn more about him. He offers to tell her more about himself but she brushes him off. Raymond notices a van which seems to be tailing him. He sends her to town to pick up veggie sandwiches for their picnic. The man goes for his gun but Red stabs him then slashes his throat. The van drives away. Townsend arrives along with two SUVs of thugs at Anne's house. Anne's phone rings and it's Raymond calling. He asks Townsend to leave Anne out of it. Reddington rushes her out of a shop and into another. He tells her to stay there and gives her a gun. Red garrots a woman following them. To protect Anne, Raymond turns himself in at the police station. He tries to impress on them to call for backup. Anne slaps him for bringing all on this into her life. Townsend calls the chief and tells him to send out Reddington. The chief, trying to negotiate, gets killed by a sniper. That leaves Lois in charge. Another cop tries to flee and is killed. He had the keys to the holding cell. Lois gets shot in the leg retrieving those keys. But they get into the holding cell which delays Townsend long enough for backup to arrive. Red gets away thanks to Anne. Anne agrees to answer any questions from law enforcement then drives home. Raymond's in the trunk. He and Anne say goodbye. Anne has to hide out. Red goes back. He finds Liz holding Anne at gunpoint.