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Following week. That's the latest I'm Lisa Taylor. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom President. Trump has signed a bill that could ultimately lead to Chinese companies, including the likes of Ali Baba Group holding and by do getting kicked off American exchanges. That's if U. S regulators aren't allowed to review their financial audits. Bill would impose restrictions on Chinese companies listed on U. S exchanges, including requiring certification that they're not under the control of a foreign government. We're hearing Microsoft is working on in House processor designs for use in server computers that run the company's cloud services that would add to an industry wide effort to reduce reliance on Intel's chip technology. Microsoft is using arm limited designs to produce the processor that will be used in its data centers. Our source says it's also exploring using another chip that would power some of its surface line of personal computers. York City's largest food rescue organization. City Harvest says it has donated £64 million of food across the city since the first of July. Or from Bloomberg's Dinis public, rainy city Harvest says it is delivered 83% more food this year to the 400 pantries that supplies New York one reports. 29 of 32 emergency markets that were supposed to be temporary are still open, according to data from the anti hunger Coalition Feed and Y. C. The number of Children served by food pantries supplied by city harvest has grown by 82% since the beginning of July, compared to the same period a year ago to these Pellegrini Bloomberg radio. Billionaire hedge fund investor, Ray Dalio, co founder of Bridgewater Associates, said in a post on Twitter that has 42 year old son Devon was killed in a car accident. The Connecticut Post reports Devon was driving when his car crashed in Greenwich. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer, This is Bloomberg. This is Bloomberg Law with Joon Grasso from Bloomberg Radio. If there were any lingering doubts about the government's inclination.

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