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Trade war

Micron restarts some shipments to Huawei

Uncertainty remains over how long US chipmaker can get around restrictions

Micron is thought to be using an exemption that allows components not made in the U.S. to skirt Washington's trade restrictions on China's Huawei.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- American chipmaker Micron Technology has partially restarted exporting products to Chinese tech giant Huawei, CEO Sanjay Mehrotra said on Tuesday in the U.S.

Mehrotra said some of the company's products are not subject to export restrictions imposed by the U.S. The company had suspended shipments to Huawei after Washington added the Chinese tech supplier to the so-called "entity list" on May 15.

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