U.S. lawmakers seek to wrest control of Huawei’s U.S. ban from the president


U.S. lawmakers in both the House and Senate are concerned that President Donald Trump will drop restrictions on Chinese phone and networking equipment manufacturer Huawei. According to Reuters, bills were introduced in both chambers of Congress today that will prevent Huawei from being removed from the Commerce Department’s Entity List without approval from both the Senate and House. In addition, the bill would allow Congress to revoke waivers allowing U.S. firms to ship supplies to Huawei. One of the bill’s sponsors, Republican Senator Tom Cotton, said, “American companies shouldn’t be in …

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