U.S. stalls on issuing special licenses allowing companies to supply Huawei


On May 16th, Huawei was placed on the U.S. Commerce Department’s Entity List. This means that U.S. companies that sell parts and software to the Chinese manufacturer cannot do so without receiving a license from the U.S. government. Immediately, companies like Google, Qualcomm, Intel, and Micron said that they were cutting ties with Huawei. And even firms not located in the states, like the U.K.’s ARM Holdings, dropped Huawei as a customer because it uses U.S. technology.
Immediately following the announcement that Huawei was essentially cut off from its U.S. supply …

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