The Wall Street Journal: FedEx sues supervision over sequence to retard shipments to Huawei

FedEx Corp. , after botching some deliveries for Huawei Technologies Co., filed a lawsuit Monday to stop a U.S. supervision from requiring a package hulk to make a crackdown on a Chinese telecommunications-gear maker.

The lawsuit, filed in a sovereign justice in Washington, D.C., claims a U.S. Commerce Department’s latest restrictions are radically forcing FedEx

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  to military millions of packages it ships daily to safeguard taboo equipment aren’t being exported to Huawei. It is a task, FedEx claims, that is legally and logistically impossible.

“FedEx is a travel company, not a law-enforcement agency,” a association pronounced in a statement.

A orator for a Commerce Department pronounced it hadn’t nonetheless reviewed FedEx’s censure though a group dictated to urge a purpose in U.S. inhabitant security.

An stretched chronicle of this news appears on WSJ.com.

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