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Huawei Slows Down Production, Following Trade Ban

Huawei Slows Down Production, Following Trade Ban

Last month, Britain's National Security Council, chaired by May, recommended Huawei should be allowed to build some parts of Britain's 5G networks, putting Britain in conflict with United States demands, people familiar with the meeting said. He added that this may consist of a couple of other components, including limitations in shipments of minerals that are vital for use in the numerous US made devices and electronic cars. The biggest casualty - so far - of the ongoing trade war between USA and China, the smartphone business of Huawei faces uncertain future with Google indicating that it will not give Android support to the company.

As Washington's anti-Huawei campaign kicks in, the Chinese government is moving to respond to it by announcing its own blacklist of companies that have suspended transactions with Chinese companies for political reasons.

Ming reportedly casted doubt on the group's goal to become the world's leading smartphone seller by 2020, overtaking the likes of Samsung Electronics and Apple, following the US administration's decision to ban the company's products in the American market.

In France, sales of premium Huawei smartphones fell by about one-fifth in the week after the USA blacklisted the company, according to a telecom industry representative who asked not to be identified as the figures are private.

The US spent months lobbying allies to block Huawei from 5G phone networks, with limited success. But cybersecurity experts worry the ban will hurt US tech companies more than it hurts the Chinese telecom giant - and will diminish USA influence over the security of new technologies.




"The US government has long branded Huawei as a threat". Much of today's traffic goes through those cables and it's a huge business in which United States firm SubCom dominated the market, together with the European Alcatel-Lucent and Japan's NEC Corp. Betsy Cooper, a policy director at the Aspen Institute and a former DHS attorney, anxious we might be "entering a world in which big powers build their own technology in-house, and smaller states have to choose between them".

Earlier this month, the Trump administration added Huawei to an "Entity List" that effectively stopped the telecommunications giant from doing business with US-based companies.

Responding to the accusations, the new chairman also emphasized that all supplies to Huawei would correspond to legal restrictions, and that the company's current policies would not be revised.

Looking at the bigger picture, it is possible that Huawei could be used as a centerpiece on U.S.

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