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The US Department of Commerce has placed restrictions on both the ability of five Chinese supercomputing firms to receive parts from US companies and the ability of US companies to assign Chinese nationals to advanced engineering projects, the Wall Street Journal reports. It notes that this is part of efforts to keep US technology out of China's hands.

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