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15:20  18 november  2019
15:20  18 november  2019 Source:   cnet.com

Trump reportedly ready to OK sales of goods to Huawei

  Trump reportedly ready to OK sales of goods to Huawei Licenses would allow companies to bypass a ban the Trump administration placed doing business with the Chinese telecom giant.The decision to begin the process of approving licenses was made by President Donald Trump in a meeting last week, sources familiar with the matter told the newspaper. A license to do business with Huawei would allow companies to sidestep a ban his administration placed on Huawei earlier this year.

Reuters reported Friday that an initial extension of around two weeks was expected and a longer extension was in the works, but had not yet been The Commerce Department is also considering whether to grant individual licenses for U . S . firms to sell components to Huawei after receiving more

Over the weekend, the Trump administration's plans changed and it now plans to renew the temporary extension for the same 90 - day period as it did in The Commerce Department is also considering whether to grant individual licenses for U . S . firms to sell components to Huawei after receiving more

The US Commerce Department is expected to extend a temporary general license that allows American companies to do business with Huawei for a third time Monday, Reuters reported. It'd be the third 90-day reprieve for the embattled Chinese telecom -- the first came in May and the second followed in August.

a close up of a blue wall: Huawei may be able to do business with US companies for another 90 days. Angela Lang/CNET© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Huawei may be able to do business with US companies for another 90 days. Angela Lang/CNET

The department blacklisted Huawei following a May executive order from President Donald Trump that effectively banned the company from US communications networks. It required American companies to get a license to do business with Huawei, which is the subject of national security concerns due to its cozy relationship with the Chinese government.

Trump reportedly ready to OK sales of US goods to Huawei

  Trump reportedly ready to OK sales of US goods to Huawei Licenses would allow companies to bypass a ban the Trump administration placed doing business with the Chinese telecom giant.The decision to begin the process of approving licenses was made by President Donald Trump in a meeting last week, sources familiar with the matter told the newspaper. A license to do business with Huawei would allow companies to sidestep a ban his administration placed on Huawei earlier this year.

Reuters reported Friday that an initial extension of around two weeks was expected and a longer extension was in the works, but had not yet been Over the weekend, the Trump administration’s plans changed and it now plans to renew the temporary extension for the same 90 - day period as it

Over the weekend, the Trump administration’s plans changed and it now plans to renew the temporary extension for the same 90 - day period as it did in This browser is not updated by Microsoft and does not support the last technical evolutions. We encourage you to use another browser, such as Edge

a close up of a blue wall: Huawei may be able to do business with US companies for another 90 days.© CNET

Huawei may be able to do business with US companies for another 90 days.

  US is reportedly likely to grant Huawei another 90-day license extension © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc.
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On Friday, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross acknowledged on Fox Business Network that some rural US carriers depend on Huawei to keep their 3G and 4G networks running. However, he said the US concluded that Huawei couldn't be trusted to supply 5G next generation networking equipment.

Neither the Commerce Department nor Huawei immediately responded to requests for comment.

First published at 4:39 a.m. PT.

Updated at 4:55 a.m. PT: Adds more detail.

Commerce Department extends Huawei license for another 90 days .
In May, the Trump administration essentially banned the purchase and sale of Huawei products on a temporary basis. The emergency measure was meant to stem concerns that the company provides intelligence or backdoor access to the Chinese government while US agencies investigate the allegations. Organizations that wanted an exemption to this had to apply for what's called a Temporary General License, or TGL. The latest extension of the TGL was scheduled to expire today, but the Department of Commerce announced a 90-day extension this morning.

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