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It's clear by now that when U.S. President Donald Trump said on June 29th that "U.S. companies can sell their equipment to Huawei. We're talking about equipment where there's no great national security problem with it," the comment was not clear enough to figure out exactly what U.S. suppliers could sell to the Chinese manufacturer. That is why we haven't heard a word from Google since these words were uttered by the president. We've heard White House economic advisor Lawrence Kudlow say that Huawei is still on the Entity List, and an internal email sent by a Commerce Department official said that the company is still "blacklisted." Licensing requests from U.S. companies seeking permission to ship supplies to Huawei should be handled with a "presumption of denial," the email reportedly said.


 

 

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