Warm hints: The word in this article is about 1627 and reading time is about 12 minutes. Guidance: Trump announces two more actions to Huawei! U.S. Commerce Secretary Ross announced on the same day that the United States will extend Huawei's "temporary license" for purchasing U.S. products for another 90 days, with a deadline of about November 19.
Two Actions to Huawei
U.S. Commerce Secretary Ross announced on the same day that the United States will extend Huawei’s “temporary license” for purchasing U.S. products for another 90 days, with a deadline of about November 19.
As for the reasons for the delay, Ross explained that many rural communications companies in the United States rely on Huawei equipment, and another 90-day extension would give them more time to adapt.
However, although the United States extended the temporary procurement license for Huawei, the U.S. Department of Commerce also decided to add 46 Huawei subsidiaries to the list of entities.
How Huawei responds to Huawei’s ban
In response, Huawei issued a media statement on the evening of 19, saying it opposed the US Department of Commerce’s inclusion of 46 other Huawei entities in the “entity list”, calling on the US government to stop the unfair treatment of Huawei and remove Huawei from the “entity list”.
“Huawei opposes the U.S. Department of Commerce’s inclusion of 46 other Huawei entities in the Entity List,” the statement said. The choice of the United States to make this decision at this time point proves once again that the decision is politically driven and has nothing to do with the national security of the United States. This practice violates the principle of free competition in the market economy and will not benefit either party, including American companies.”
At the same time, Huawei also said: “The United States will not gain the leading position in technology by suppressing Huawei. We call on the U.S. government to stop its unfair treatment of Huawei and remove it from the list of entities.
Finally, Huawei said that the extension of temporary permission issued by the U.S. government today did not change the fact that Huawei was treated unfairly. Whether the temporary license is extended or not, Huawei’s operations are limited in substance. We will continue to focus on our products and serve global customers.
China’s Foreign Ministry also expressed its position on the extension of the Huawei ban in the United States
On Tuesday (20), at a regular press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a reporter asked: US President Trump decided to further extend the exemption for some Chinese products. What impact will this have on Sino-US economic and trade negotiations?
In response, Geng Shuang, a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said, “Do you mean Huawei?” The reporter then answered: It was about Huawei’s 90-day extension.
Geng Shuang then answered that Huawei had responded to the U.S. decision and you can pay attention to it. “What I want to emphasize is that no matter what the US side does, it will not change its mistaken nature of generalizing the concept of national security without any evidence, abusing export control measures, adopting discriminatory, unfair practices against specific enterprises in other countries, or even barely suppressing them,” Geng Shuang said. On this point, China has stated its position on many occasions. Finally, Geng Shuang stressed: “We urge the United States to immediately stop its wrong practices and create conditions for normal trade and cooperation between enterprises of the two countries.”
What do you think of this? How do you evaluate the U.S. delayed provisional license to Huawei and the addition of 46 Huawei subsidiaries to the U.S.’List of Entities’?