US-China trade war means for Nvidia

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Nvidia's share prices fell by 6 percent on Thursday after it was reported that the United States government would be restricting the sales of semiconductors to Chinese companies. 

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This is the latest development in an ongoing trade war between the two countries, and it is expected to have a significant impact on Nvidia's business.

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The restrictions will apply to companies that are seen as a threat to national security, and this includes Huawei, one of Nvidia's biggest customers. 

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The Chinese company has been at the center of the trade war, with the US accusing it of using its technology to spy on its citizens. 

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Huawei has denied these allegations, and has said that it would be willing to sign no-spy agreements with any country that is willing to enter into them.

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Nvidia shares fell 6.5% in extended trading on Wednesday after the company said the U.S. government is restricting sales in China. 

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This latest development is part of an ongoing trade war between the two countries, and it is expected to have a significant impact on Nvidia's business.

Image Credit: Google 

The move could also affect AMD's sales, as some of its chips are also affected by the new restrictions.

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The restrictions will apply to companies that are seen as a threat to national security, and this includes Huawei, one of Nvidia's biggest customers. 

Image Credit: Google 

The Chinese company has been at the center of the trade war, with the US accusing it of using its technology to spy on its citizens. 

Image Credit: Google 

Huawei has denied these allegations, and has said that it would be willing to sign no-spy agreements with any country that is willing to enter into them.

Image Credit: Google 

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