Heath Tarbert, an assistant to the Office of International Affairs, said Thursday that the US government is reviewing the possibility of using the law, which is "the law of economic powers in international emergencies."
Under the 1977 law, President Donald Trump will be able to declare a state of emergency to respond to extraordinary threats that prevent transactions and seizure of assets.
Tarbert also announced that the Treasury Department was supporting a bill that would expand the authority of the Inter-Agency Committee, which would examine foreign acquisitions on a case-by-case basis.
China has described the actions and actions of the United States as "bullying", believing that in doing so it wants to be the only one with high technology.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Chun Yong said Washington was motivated by national security reasons, but their motivation was protectionism.
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