Since the Donald Trump administration included Huawei in the entity list in early 2019, many American companies have requested permission to collaborate with the Chinese company.
In fact, that’s what the list of entities is for, to force companies to seek express authorization from the government.
In the nearly two-year veto, many have asked for it, and some major ones such as Qualcomm or Intel have obtained it. But that will change.
Trump to destroy all bridges with Huawei before he leaves
In the absence of a few days for Donald Trump to leave the Oval Office, his administration has decided revoke the few licenses that American companies had obtained to work with Huawei.
In this way, brands like the two mentioned will not be able to sell processors to the Chinese company, which might have problems not only with their mobiles, but with their laptops.
According to a Reuters exclusive, this decision would not come alone. All pending requests, which are numerous, would be refused en bloc
Donald Trump wants to leave the White House as damaging as possible for a company his administration considers a danger to national security.
Now these companies have up to 45 days to appeal any decision, but it will be up to the Joe Biden government to change that policy or continue Trump’s belligerence.
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