Broadcom reportedly loses US$2 billion after Trump's Huawei ban

One of several companies to cut ties.
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Chipmaker Broadcom has reportedly lost more than US$2 billion after it cut ties with Huawei.

Broadcom is one of many companies to stop doing business with Huawei following US president Donald Trump's executive order banning use of Huawei kit in the US.

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