Bloomberg reports that U.S-based server motherboard specialist Supermicro was compromised in China where government-affiliated groups are alleged to have infiltrated its supply chain to attach tiny chips, some merely the size of a pencil tip, to motherboards which ended up in servers deployed in the U.S.
LITTLE WONDER OR NO WONDER, DPRK KIM THE LION-HEART HAS NEVER WANTING TO TRUST HIS SOUTHERN KIND.
It is obvious now that the South Korean Govt folks have sold themselves to the USA Trump for a "trade deal" in favor to them by obeying orders to cede and cease China's 5G telecommunication technology in their own South Korea.
It is hoped that DPRK will never need to surrender its nuke missiles as a precautionary protection against unknown factors of both South Korea and the USA plus their allies.
With South Korean mounted US THAADS agianst China ( in the name of checking against missile attacks from DPRK ) ; and now coupled with a ban on Huawei and ZTE technologies, not sure how this will affect the trade relationship and diplomatic realtionship between them. However, South Korea can sell all their KIA vehicles and Samsung phones to the USA, it is supposed to be a fair trade struck between them while China and Chinese folks ought to be buying fewer of them beginning today: a fair GO trade; isn't it?
There are many millions better places to visit other than South Korea !