The United States will continue to sell semi-conductor computer chips to China but not its most powerful ones “that China wants for its military,” Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo said Sunday.
The U.S. is “never going to sell our most powerful [artificial intelligence] chips” to China, Raimondo told CNN’s “State of the Union” show.
Raimondo, who met in Beijing recently with Chinese officials on a range of U.S.-Chinese business and trade issues, recapped her sometimes contentious discussions in a string of talk show interviews.
Raimondo said she told Chinese officials that she knew Beijing had hacked her email in advance of her late August trip.
“They did hack me, which was unappreciated, to say the least,” she told NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
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