Hikvision Put on US DoD "Communist Chinese Military Companies" List, Faces Risk of Presidential Sanctions

By: Charles Rollet, Published on Jun 26, 2020

The US DoD has put Hikvision on a list of "Communist Chinese Military Companies", exposing Hikvision to the risk of US Presidential sanctions that if implemented, could make any US 'person' transacting with Hikvision subject to fines and/or imprisonment.

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Inside this note, we examine the list, its background, and what risk the mega China manufacturer faces beyond the sanctions already imposed on Hikvision.

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Comments (15)

********* **** *** ******* circus ** ********** **** anybody ******* ** ******* actually **** **** ******* thinks.

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***... ******* *****, ********* denies *** ***** ****** violations.

"***** ******* ******** ***** It ** ********** ******"

******:********* **** * '****** statement'** ******** ***** **** a ********* ** ******** to ******* ** ********** action:

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**********, ****** ******** ** this ***** ******** **** 2022. ***** ***, **** is ***** *** ******* government ** *** ******* about.

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