Commercial War: US grants 90-day reprieve to Huawei
It is Monday, Aug. 19, that Huawei was to enter the US blacklist for good, but according to informed sources, 90 days of extra respite were granted to the Chinese giant. This should allow Huawei to continue ...
It is Monday, August 19 that Huawei was to enter the US blacklist for good, but according to informed sources, 90 days of additional respite were granted to the Chinese giant. This should allow Huawei to continue using Android.
The United States is suspending its threat once again. This Monday, August 19th, it is 90 additional days that Washington would grant to Huawei according to informed sources. Almost three more months during which the Chinese giant could continue to use the operating system of Google, Android.
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A decision on which promised to speak the Secretary of the Treasury on Monday, but which is already much commented.
Pressure from the American "Tech"
Because it is the pressure of the sector of the American "Tech" which is reflected behind this reprieve. Huawei is a consistent customer for Americans with $ 11 billion last year of products sold to the Chinese giant.
A decision that also ricochet with the announcement of the imminent launch of Harmony, an operating system created by Huawei that could replace Android.
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