US President Donald Trump says he may resolve a dispute over Huawei as part of a trade agreement with China, yet doing so would undercut American assertions the company poses a national security threat.
US President Donald Trump said on Thursday that China’s Huawei, which was put on a US blacklist earlier this month, could be part of a trade pact with the country.
By imposing restrictions on Huawei, the US may force the Chinese company to do something that no one in tech has dared to do for a long time: challenge Google’s control of the Android universe.
Phone companies are scrapping plans to sell Huawei handsets as the impact of a US supply ban spreads, threatening to impede the Chinese technology giant’s global smartphone ambitions.
UK-based chip designer ARM has reportedly informed employees not to work with Chinese technology giant Huawei.
US President Donald Trump’s move to put Huawei on an export blacklist threatens to shake the entire telecommunications industry.