Shenzhen-listed Inspur Information said on Friday that US chip giant Intel Corp has already resumed shipments to it after a temporary stoppage, and the company’s business operations currently run as normal.

Inspur’s comments came after Intel said it temporarily paused shipments to Inspur to comply with the US government’s new export regulations.

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