The U.S. Department of Commerce announced a 90-day extension on the evening of October 18 to allow U.S. companies to continue doing business with China’s Huawei Technologies Co. This is the third time the U.S. government has declared an “exemption” for Huawei since it blacklisted huawei in May. The third “exemption” for Huawei means that U.S. companies can continue to purchase Huawei products. “The extension will allow telecom operators to provide services in some of the most remote rural areas of the United States, otherwise these areas could be plunged into darkness,” U.S. Commerce Secretary Michael Ross said in a statement.
In response, Huawei said that regardless of the extension of the temporary permit, the substantial impact on Huawei’s operations is limited and will not change the fact that Huawei has been unfairly treated. Huawei called on the U.S. government to stop unfair treatment of Huawei and remove it from the entity list.
“We have always believed that the U.S. Department of Commerce added Huawei to the entity list, and that the damage to the U.S. would be greater than the damage to China.” Not only will it cause huge economic losses to U.S. companies working with Huawei, but it will also undermine cooperation and trust in global supply chains. “
In a recent interview wit hmedia, Liang Hua, Huawei’s chairman, stressed that Huawei could deliver products, including 5G base stations, without relying on U.S. parts. Instead of allowing U.S. companies to sell to Huawei, it does more harm to U.S. companies than Huawei.
Liang Hua revealed that Huawei will release the overall strategy related to Hong Mun on November 20, is currently focusing on product redesign, the arrival of the new 5G, the market demand is very large.