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US mulling tougher restrictions on exports of 14 technologies

US technology companies such as Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM and their peers could be subject to tighter restrictions on how they export fourteen categories of key technologies including artificial intelligence, self-driving cars and speedy supercomputers to China under a proposal released on Monday by the Trump administration. Some worry the regulations could widen an existing trade rift between Washington and Beijing.

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