US will broaden the ban on Huawei in 2020
The US is working to broaden the scope of the ban on Huawei in 2020. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross revealed to Bloomberg that the government is working on new rules aimed to deny even more US-related technology to Huawei.
Up until this point if 35% or less of a company's business is done in the US it was allowed to export products to Huawei. The US is reportedly looking to decrease that number to 10% or less, severely limiting the number of US-based companies allowed to trade with Huawei.
According to the report the US government is working on a regulation that would deny Huawei products designed in the US and manufactured outside of it, broadening the scope of the ban even further.
US semiconductor makers have pointed out that a full clampdown on US goods to Huawei would be counterproductive as Huawei will likely find replacement technology from non-US providers. Another concern is that China could retaliate by closing-off the entire Chinese market to US companies. The Chinese market is the biggest in the world and currently being aggressively pursued by Apple and other makers.
There is no deadline for enacting the new measures, but it's reportedly happening soon.
- 30 Jan 2020
you underestimate the asians. we can buy everything. we dont need you american to buy it. and who play with rotten apples anyway? you check how many contract loss happens in the US company since US ban China company.
- 28 Jan 2020
Don't bother. It's useless to argue with Chinese/Indian/Russian Fan.
- 27 Jan 2020
No , they won't. USA has their money everywhere, plus they have their own food, mineral, oil, firearms, actually almost everything what one needs.