Trump administration issues interim rule on secure technology transactions

Trump administration issues interim rule on secure technology transactions

WASHINGTON
(Reuters)

The
U.S.
Commerce
Department
on
Thursday
issued
interim
rules
aimed
at
the
securing
the
nation’s
communication
and
technology
supply
chain
that
would
prohibit
certain
transactions
with
Russia,
China,
Iran,
Venezuela,
North
Korea
and
Cuba.

The
rule
will
become
effective
in
60
days,
it
said
in
a
statement.


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