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Ukraine war

U.S. accuses 5 firms in China of supporting Russia's military

Washington also adds companies from Singapore, Vietnam to trade blacklist

Rescuers work at the site of a Ukrainian mall in the Poltava region on June 28 after the shopping center was hit by a Russian missile strike.   © Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- The Biden administration said on Tuesday it has added 36 companies to a trade blacklist, accusing five firms in China of supporting Russia's military and defense industrial base following Moscow's invasion of Ukraine.

Targets also include companies from Russia, the United Arab Emirates, Lithuania, Pakistan, Singapore, the U.K., Uzbekistan and Vietnam, according to the Federal Register entry.

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