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Don Lee

Don Lee covers the U.S. and global economy out of Washington, D.C. Since joining the Los Angeles Times in 1992, he has served as the Shanghai bureau chief and in various editing and reporting roles in California. He is a native of Seoul, Korea, and graduated from the University of Chicago.
White House drafts order that would ban Huawei from U.S.

The White House is planning a blanket ban on installation of new equipment from Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei in U.S. wireless networks, claiming the technology poses too severe a risk of cyber intrusions and espionage. An executive order is likely to be issued in days.

Hopes riding high on U.S.-China trade talks, but reality paints a dimmer outlook

Many on Wall Street and in America’s corporate board rooms are hoping trade talks this week will mark a turning point in President Trump’s trade war with China. But there’s little chance of a quick resolution.

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