Not a week before President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated into office, the Trump administration is taking its last moments to flex its proverbial muscles. Reuters reports that Xiaomi, along with nine other Chinese companies, has been placed on an investment blacklist by the Trump administration. These companies are alleged to be part of the “Communist Chinese military” and American investors are being told to refrain from investing with them.

It’s unclear where these allegations stem from, but it’s concerning nonetheless. The U.S. government is making American investors divest their holdings in these companies, and have until November 11th to do so. As XDA-Developers notes, Qualcomm Ventures is one of the companies investing in Xiaomi. And while it’s not exactly known how this will affect the company, it does put Xiaomi in the spotlight.

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