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Do you think Hillary would have the guts to do this to China?
Not even a chance.
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Only President Trump is willing to truly put America first on the international stage.
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President Donald Trump on Wednesday blocked attempts by a Chinese state-owned firm to acquire an American semiconductor manufacturer on national security concerns, drawing a rebuke from Beijing.
The acquisition of Lattice Semiconductor Corporation, a publicly-traded Oregon company, by Chinese-owned Canyon Bridge Fund could endanger the US government’s use of sensitive products the company produces, the Treasury Department said in a statement.
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The Trump administration has adopted an aggressive stance towards China on trade and national security matters, launching wide-ranging investigations into the national security ramifications of Beijing’s trade in aluminum and steel.
Trump has the authority to block foreign investments he deems national security threats through the Committee on Foreign Investments in the United States, an interagency committee.
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In the case of Lattice, CFIUS and the president decided “the transaction poses a risk to the national security of the United States that cannot be resolved through mitigation,” the Treasury said in a statement.
The decision prohibited Canyon Bridge, its partner Yitai Capital and Yitai’s parent, the China Venture Capital Fund Corp (CVCF), from purchasing the US firm, which serves the consumer, communications and industrial markets.
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The Treasury said the deal posed a national security risk due to Beijing’s support for the transaction, the potential transfer of intellectual property to the foreign investors, and the importance of the semiconductor supply to the US government, including Lattice’s products.
China’s Ministry of Commerce expressed “concern” over the decision Thursday.
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