US Considers Imposing Sanctions on Chinese Companies for Surveillance Sales in Iran: WSJ

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The United States is considering imposing new sanctions on Chinese surveillance companies over their sales to Iranian security forces, The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday, citing people familiar with the matter.

U.S. officials are in advanced talks about sanctions and have focused on Tiandy Technologies Co, an electrical equipment maker based in the Chinese city of Tianjin whose products have been sold to units of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the report added.

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