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                                                                      发稿时间:2020-08-15 01:10:25

                                                                      美国国务院亚太事务助理国务卿史达伟(David Stilwell)当天在一场新闻发布会上辩解,这项政策并不直接针对在美国的各个孔子学院,而是协调这些机构的孔子学院美国中心。

                                                                      /strip/quality/95/ignore-error/1|imageslim">【环球网报道 记者 李东尧】在匿名知情人士提前对媒体放风之后,当地时间8月13日,美国国务卿蓬佩奥宣布,要求孔子学院美国中心登记为“外国使团”。路透社称,这是华盛顿与北京之间关系恶化的最新迹象。

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                                                                      Bryant also cautioned against a disruption in cross-border investment, as her company helps bring in investment from around the world, especially China. 

                                                                      数据显示,微信最近6天在美国的平均下载量比上周四禁令宣布前一周高出41%,而QQ的下载量在过去一周内增长了三倍。

                                                                      WeChat users in the U.S. rushed to install the app before it could disappear from the app stores. They have also turned to QQ, as the ban did not specifically cover this product.  

                                                                      香港天风国际证券分析师郭明池(Kuo Ming-chi)在其最新报告中预测,若苹果被迫将微信从其全球应用商店移除,iPhone的全球年出货量或将下降25%-30%。此外,包括AirPods、iPad、苹果手表和Mac电脑在内的苹果其他硬件也会受到影响,年出货量可能会下降15%-25%。

                                                                      这些公司表示,特朗普政府这一行政令可能会削弱公司在中国的竞争力。该行政令禁止美国公司与微信进行任何商业交易。

                                                                      Apple will be put into a very difficult situation if it is forced to remove WeChat from its App Store.

                                                                      Over a dozen major U.S. international business executives joined in a call with White House officials on Tuesday to raise their concerns about President Donald Trump's planned restrictions targeting the WeChat app from China's Tencent Holdings Ltd., according to a Wall Street Journal report.