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Trump Issues Ban on Chinese Payment Apps

U.S. President Donald Trump has issued an govt get prohibiting transactions that use the popular Chinese payment application Alipay. Trump stated the “pace and pervasiveness” of Chinese technological know-how offered a continuing danger to the U.S. national security, foreign plan, and economic system.

“The United States will have to acquire intense motion against these who produce or handle Chinese connected software package purposes to guard our national security,” the govt get stated.

The get also bans transactions involving “persons that produce or control” the applications WeChat, QQ Wallet, SHAREit, CamScanner, Tencent QQ, VMate, and WPS Business office.

The get usually takes outcome in 45 days. President-elect Joe Biden usually takes workplace on January 20. It is unclear how the Biden administration will interpret or enforce the ban.

“The United States has assessed that a amount of Chinese connected software package purposes automatically capture extensive swathes of facts from tens of

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Deutsche and Signature banks cut ties with Trump in wake of Capitol riot

Two of Donald Trump’s favoured banks are pulling absent from the billionaire president in the wake of last week’s deadly riot at the US Capitol.

Deutsche Bank has decided to refrain from even further enterprise with Mr Trump and his corporation, in accordance to insiders. Mr Trump owes the Frankfurt-centered loan company extra than $300m.

Signature Bank, the New York loan company that has long catered to his loved ones, mentioned it was closing two private accounts in which Mr Trump held about $5.3m.

“We feel the correct motion would be the resignation of the president of the United States, which is in the greatest pursuits of our country and the American individuals,” the bank said.

The loan providers are pursuing social media outlets and other companies in suspending ties with Mr Trump immediately after he inspired attendees at a rally last week to march on the Capitol, in which

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