The recent ban on the use of Google services in Huawei products has already commented on both the vendor itself and the official account of the Android team. Today, the US government also joined the discussion of the situation. As it turned out, the immediate ban on the activities of a Chinese company in the US market is out of the question.
According to the American edition of the Financial Times, the administration of the US president has issued Huawei a temporary business license valid until August 19. The document allows US corporations to sell parts and components of Huawei, "necessary to maintain and support existing and currently fully functioning networks and equipment, including software updates."
As part of the deferral of the ban on commercial activities, Huawei is also allowed to enter into contracts "necessary to provide service and support, including software updates or patches for existing Huawei phones." However, the delay will not affect the state of emergency imposed by Donald Trump with respect to the Chinese vendor.
“This gives the US business time to adapt, consult with the US government, and possibly reconcile changes in orders. The Chinese side can see this step as an opportunity to achieve changes in trade negotiations in the event of "reanimation", ”said Michael Allen, managing director of research firm Beacon Global Strategies.
Earlier, the US administration has included Huawei in the “black list” of organizations of the Bureau of Industry and Security of the Ministry of Commerce. This document prohibits US firms to sell components produced by sanctioned companies without obtaining a state license.