The Hill: Some of the world's biggest tech companies have asked their employees to cut off communications with Huawei in response to the U.S. blacklisting the Chinese telecommunications firm, Reuters reported on Monday.
Sources familiar with the matter told the news outlet that chipmakers Intel Corp. and Qualcomm Inc., as well as mobile research firm InterDigital Wireless Inc. and South Korean carrier LG Uplus, have all restricted their employees from informal conversations with Huawei staff.
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