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U.S. will not do business with Huawei , trump insist
« on: August 19, 2019, 06:15:04 AM »

The U.S. Commerce Department is reportedly ready to give Huawei's U.S. suppliers another 90-day special license. The first 90-day license expires on Monday and allowed the Chinese manufacturer to obtain parts and software from the U.S. so that it could service existing customers and update already released phones. But even while this is supposedly going on under the auspices of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, Reuters reported on Sunday that U.S. President Donald Trump had some not so kind words for Huawei.



Trump said just before boarding Air Force One in New Jersey, that he does not want the U.S. government to do business with Huawei because they are a national security threat. We've discussed this before, and for new readers, we will repeat the issue; the communist government in China is allowed under their laws to demand that Huawei gather intelligence for it. So U.S. lawmakers, concerned that Huawei's phones and networking equipment contain backdoors, have called the company a national security threat. Huawei has denied this many times and chairman Liang Hua has offered to sign a "No-Spy" agreement with any country. The U.S. has warned its allies not to use Huawei's networking gear for 5G networks and managed to get Verizon and AT&T not to carry the Huawei Mate 10 Pro last year as originally planned.

"At this moment it looks much more like we’re not going to do business (with Huawei). I don’t want to do business at all because it is a national security threat and I really believe that the media has covered it a little bit differently than that."-Donald J. Trump, President of the United States

Trump wouldn't answer reporters questioning him about the second round of 90-day special licenses for U.S. suppliers. Somewhat lost amid the damage to Huawei's businesses is the fact that U.S. companies like Qualcomm, Micron, Intel, and others face losing much of the business from Huawei that generated $11 billion in revenue last year. Huawei happened to be Micron's largest customer in 2018; the U.S. firm sells memory chips.



 

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