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Donald Trump is moving the veto to Huawei, at least until 2021




Donald Trump has expanded The order prevents US companies from cooperating with Huawei or buy any kind of nutrients, at least until May 2021. The document does not specify this Asian official, however works to protect the work of firms such as Huawei and ZTE.

As revealed by Reuters, the President of the United States is using that tool allows regulating trade law if a company violates national security. Or at least, if it makes sense.

Huawei P30 Pro in red

Huawei will continue its way without Google

The Department of Commerce The United States has already applied for a temporary license in the summer of last year, allowing for a 90-day joint venture between Huawei and American companies. According to some Reuters sources, a similar move is expected at the North American Center.

The latest new releases from a Chinese company, such as Huawei Mate 30 Pro

and most recently Huawei P40, enter the market without Google services. As we have pointed out in the analysis of Huawei P40 ProNice devices can be so much more if they don't have these restrictions.

Huawei P40 Pro Google

The veto not only affects Huawei's mobile division, the Chinese manufacturer is one of the major contributors to the expansion of 5G worldwide. Of course, every American company that has worked with Huawei in the last few years will also be affected. Here not only is China lost.

It may interest you: This is a video that offers some amazing views of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro we would all like to see

This news broke out last year, when we first heard about the Huawei veto. In the last months there has been a crackdown, it seemed that the US administration was gradually removing the restrictions, however comes a new and strong blow for the Chinese company.

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