The Donald Trump Administration has already banned some Chinese students and investigators from entering the US after accusing them of stealing intellectual property.
Two Chinese universities have been banned from using the platform created by American computers after American administrators put centers on the “staff list” in their cooperation with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), amid a dispute between the two countries over high spending. technology.
The US Department of Commerce added the Harbin Institute of Technology and Harbin Engineering University to its ‘organization list’ late last week, barring them from accessing the products imposed by the US Export Administration Regulations.
In its prohibition order, the US Department of Commerce said the Harbin Institute of Technology sought to use US technology for mechanical systems, while Harbin Engineering University found and attempted to obtain materials from ‘the US to support PLA systems’.
Students from the two universities sent answers from MathWorks – an American company that provides MATLAB – to their questions after students found out they couldn’t sign in.
“Due to the recent laws of the American government, MathWorks has been denied access to technical or customer support at Harbin Engineering University and the Harbin Institute of Technology, including your own institution,” one of MathWorks replies.
A spokesman for China’s Foreign Ministry, Hua Chunying, said he was unfamiliar with the case, but the US took “baseless” measures for normal exchanges between the two countries.
“I think these actions emphasize the thinking of the deep US war and the direct political pressure of China,” Hile said.
There has been an escalating tensions between the US and China over trade, the origins of the novel concept, the deterioration of Beijing’s security in Hong Kong and the massive invading military force on South China’s disputed mission.
The US added 24 companies and Chinese institutions to the list of organizations this year, citing their military links.
For many of these licensed construction companies and institutions, US technology and US businesses and companies are vital to their operations, and their listing status makes it difficult for them to obtain export licenses for US software and hardware, the Post reports.
The Trump Administration has already banned some Chinese students and investigators from entering the US after accusing them of stealing intellectual property.
The first ban came into effect from June 1.
American media reports have suggested that the move is part of Washington’s response to a decision by a top Chinese legislature on a controversial Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) law, which is being opposed by local people as it benefits China’s security interests from operating in the former British colony.
On Friday, the Chinese Ministry of Education said it strongly opposed the US government’s efforts to prevent some Chinese students from studying in the United States.
A spokesman for the department said the department was strongly opposed to discriminating against and discriminating against ordinary people.
“American leaders have said many times that America has welcomed Chinese students, but recent policy changes from the US contradict those words,” the spokesman said in a statement.
“We urge the American side to return to rational thinking, respect public opinion, and do many things to facilitate human interaction and understanding of people,” it said.
China will continue to support student exchanges between the two countries and welcome students from all over the world, including the US, to come to China to study, the statement said.