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Technology Report: US plans to allow some technology sales to Huawei

07:30  10 october  2019
07:30  10 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

US gives Huawei a 90-day reprieve on technology trade ban

US gives Huawei a 90-day reprieve on technology trade ban NEW YORK (AP) — Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says the U.S. will extend by 90 days the ability of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to buy supplies from U.S. companies. It's the second extension for Huawei, a company that the U.S. sees as a national security risk. The comments Monday from Ross on Fox Business News sent shares of U.S. computer chip makers bolting higher. Huawei is China's biggest phone maker and sales to the company account for a significant portion of revenues for some U.S. suppliers. © Provided by The Associated Press FILE - In this July 30, 2019, file photo a woman walks by a Huawei retail store in Beijing. The U.S.

The New York Times reported President Trump gave the green light for licenses to American firms to sell goods to Huawei . That was despite Trump saying in June at the Group of 20 meeting that he would allow sales to Huawei where there are no national security conflicts.

Washington is following through with plans to allow American companies to continue doing business with Huawei , just weeks after placing the company on a Commerce Department And another top official suggested the move would allow chip makers to continue selling certain technology to Huawei .

NEW YORK (AP) — The Trump administration plans to issue licenses to U.S. companies to supply "nonsensitive goods" to Chinese tech giant Huawei, The New York Times reported, in a move that might help to cool tensions ahead of trade talks.

FILE - In this May 29, 2019, file photo, a man uses his smartphone outside of a shop selling Huawei products at a shopping mall in Beijing. The New York Times reports the Trump administration plans to issue licenses to U.S. companies to supply “non-sensitive goods” to Chinese tech giant Huawei in a move that might help to cool tensions ahead of trade talks.  (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein, File)© Provided by The Associated Press FILE - In this May 29, 2019, file photo, a man uses his smartphone outside of a shop selling Huawei products at a shopping mall in Beijing. The New York Times reports the Trump administration plans to issue licenses to U.S. companies to supply “non-sensitive goods” to Chinese tech giant Huawei in a move that might help to cool tensions ahead of trade talks. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein, File)

President Donald Trump gave approval last week to begin issuing licenses, the Times said Wednesday. It cited unidentified people familiar with the matter and gave no indication what technologies might be covered.

The Latest: Trump doesn't respond to Huawei coercion claims

The Latest: Trump doesn't respond to Huawei coercion claims BEIJING (AP) — The Latest on accusations by Chinese technology company Huawei that U.S. authorities tried to coerce employees to gather information about the firm (all times local): 2 a.m. U.S. President Donald Trump has declined to directly address allegations by Chinese technology company Huawei accusing American authorities of trying to coerce employees to gather information on the company and of trying to break into its information systems. Trump on Wednesday called the issue a national security concern when asked about the allegations by a reporter and labeled Huawei "a big concern of our military, of our intelligence agencies.

The administration plans to issue licenses allowing some American companies to sell nonsensitive That move blocked Huawei from buying parts and obtaining technology updates from companies like The administration issued a temporary reprieve to allow Huawei ’s suppliers and users of its

Trump promised last month to allow some sales to Huawei but said it will stay on the "entity list" until talks Huawei reported earlier that its sales rose 19.5 percent last year over 2017 to 721.2 billion We still haven't decided yet." Huawei also is developing its own chips and other technology , which

Sanctions announced in May require U.S. vendors to obtain government permission for sales of processor chips and other technology to Huawei Technologies Ltd., one of the biggest makers of smartphones and network switching equipment.

Huawei, China's first global technology brand, has said loss of access to American components and support for technology such as Google music, maps and other services threaten its smartphone sales. American suppliers of processor chips and other technology say they stand to lose billions of dollars in revenue.

The report comes as U.S. and Chinese negotiators were due to meet Thursday in Washington for a 13th round of talks aimed at ending a tariff war over Beijing's trade surplus and technology ambitions.

The White House has postponed enforcement of the sanctions, but Huawei's founder has said he expects them to go ahead. U.S. officials have said Washington would allow sales to Huawei of technology that is available from other sources.

Huawei exec: Chinese tech giant wants to be 'transparent' .
WASHINGTON (AP) — A top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei says the company wants to be open and transparent in persuading the U.S. government that national security concerns about its technology are unfounded. Paul Scanlan is a chief technology officer at Huawei. He told The Associated Press in an interview Friday that the company is looking to "demystify" itself to skeptical U.S. authorities and is prepared to invite American officials to review Huawei product themselves to address any concerns.The Trump administration accuses Huawei of being a security risk. It imposed curbs in May on the company's access to U.S.

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