Reporter covering business around the world Education: Cornell University, BA in English Jeanne Whalen is The Washington Post's global business reporter. She joined The Post in 2018, after 19 years at the Wall Street Journal, where she reported from New York, London and Moscow. She has also written for the Financial Times and the Moscow Times. Honors & Awards:
Finalist for a 2016 Pulitzer Prize as part of a WSJ team
National Institute for Health Care Management print award, 2017
Association of Health Care Journalists first-place award, 2015
The emailed requests for information are being sent by a new enforcement arm of the government committee that monitors foreign investment for national-security risks. The same committee advised Trump to order ByteDance to divest TikTok's U.S. business.
U.S. companies have been notified that they will now need a license to export certain technology to Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp., according to a copy of the Commerce Department letter reviewed by The Washington Post.
The move adds five new Chinese entities to an import blacklist the United States has used to combat what it says is China’s widespread practice of forcing ethnic minorities to work under involuntary conditions.
The Defense Department said it is working with other agencies to determine whether the “actions” of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation, or SMIC, warrant adding the company to the so-called Entity List.