In a statement to reporters on Thursday, Government Department spokesman Rob Strayer, the assistant secretary of state for internet policy, said the U.S. government is unlikely to update the Huawei-approved temporary settlement . business with US to companies (through Bloomberg).
Currently, Huawei has two weeks your second 90-day suspension of the effects of its inclusion in the said Entity List. This 90-day suspension allows Huawei to do some sort of business that would not have been possible if it had been severely curtailed.
Huawei was given its first 90 days of termination shortly after the US government read the Enterprise List and the presence of Huawei inside. It appears from this report that there is no 90-day third party extension.
This is the second after 90 days of suspension no later than November 19, 2019.
In addition, Strayer said the United States does not rule out the possibility of adding additional penalties related to the Huawei business. For example, the U.S. government could punish connected partners who have been willing to work with Huawei for the distribution of 5G connections, perhaps for keeping information confidential. However, Strayer was not sure if this was a government-sponsored activity or just a coincidence.
The so-called blockade of the Huawei blockade has caused the company serious problems. It is highly expected Mate 30 and Partner 30 Pro’s Smartphones may be released there is no google app on the floor, it is difficult for them to buy most of the countries outside of China. If the Huawei ban is not lifted, the company will not be able to access licenses from companies such as Qualcomm and Arm, as the release of various smartphones will be difficult.