The logistics of American shipping has long been a contentious issue, with a number of major companies refusing to do business with the US.
The biggest of these is UPS, which is the largest logistics company in the world.
But it recently decided to pull out of one of the most important parts of that business: its US-based logistics business, Logistics Express.
The company has a major presence in China, where it operates out of a facility that was once the headquarters of a Chinese state-owned company.
It was founded in 1989 as a joint venture between Chinese state company China Southern Airlines and US-listed United Parcel Service.
The deal, which was finalized in the early 2000s, allowed China Southern to expand its footprint in the US, where the airline’s US operations were more limited.
In addition to that deal, Logistic Express has had its share of problems over the years.
In the early 1990s, Logiscans customers were charged extra fees for deliveries, and in 2004, it was found that its Chinese operations were violating US sanctions.
The US government, which banned US companies from providing goods and services to China until 2004, also levied sanctions on Logiscan, which then sought to appeal the decision.
In 2012, it announced that it was pulling out of China altogether.
In a statement, Logitech said it had decided to suspend operations in China because of the current political situation.
“Due to political tensions in China today, Logi-X is suspending operations in the country,” the statement said.
The announcement was made in the wake of the inauguration of Donald Trump, who had promised to “get tough” on China over the country’s treatment of American businesses.
As it turned out, Trump had done just that.
But Logitech’s announcement was the latest in a series of announcements by companies that have pulled out of the US because of concerns about US sanctions on China.
In February, Boeing announced it was cutting ties with Logitech after a federal judge in Washington, DC, ordered the company to cease operations in Washington.
The decision came after the company was hit with a federal civil penalty for violating sanctions.
In August, the US State Department also issued a sanctions-related order against the company for its role in the 2016 protests in Beijing that forced Chinese President Xi Jinping to step down.
In November, the government of Turkey imposed sanctions on seven Chinese companies, including Logitech, over its alleged support for the protests that took place in Istanbul, Turkey.
China, for its part, has also banned the company from doing business with Turkey.
“We do not consider the US to be a friendly country for business,” Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zheng Zeguang said in a statement.
“As a result, we will continue to work with all parties to resolve this issue through diplomatic means.”