HONG KONG -- U.S. network equipment maker Cisco Systems warned its employees not to travel to China but then withdrew the ban, suggesting anxiety among American companies over possible tit-for-tat retaliation for the arrest of rival Huawei Technologies' finance chief.
In an internal memo obtained by the Nikkei Asian Review, Cisco told its employees that "due to recent events surrounding the arrest of a Chinese citizen in Canada on the request of United States law enforcement authorities, Cisco is implementing a restriction of all nonessential travel by U.S.-based Cisco employees into China."
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