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Huawei crackdown

Japan's Kioxia gets US go-ahead to supply server chips to Huawei

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Kioxia's license from the U.S. to export to Huawei Technologies covers commodity chips for servers, but not its mainstay memory chips.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Japanese chipmaker Kioxia has received permission from U.S. authorities to export some products to sanctioned Chinese telecommunications equipment manufacturer Huawei Technologies, Nikkei has learned.

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