Huawei: Biden administration puts Chinese company under new scrutiny

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In greater 2019, Huawei would be blacklisted in the United States of America by the Trump administration, resulting in the company’s gradual asphyxiation by being denied the possibility of negotiating with key companies in the technology sector.

The new executive Biden, however, is expected to review the Huawei case and determine whether the Chinese company deserves to be considered a national security risk or not. Something that can result in the renewal of sanctions imposed, or in the relief of them.

Is there new hope for China’s Huawei with the Biden administration?

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President Joe Biden’s new choice for United States Secretary of Commerce has already ruled on the Huawei case, opening a window of hope for the Chinese company by leaving essentially all options open.

Speaking to the Reuters Agency, Gina Raimondo, the Rhode Island governor and Biden’s chosen one, said that she would “review the policy, consult with the industry, consult with the allies and find out a course of action that will allow us to know what it is. better for America’s economic and national security. “

His deliberately vague answer leaves all options open. Among this range of courses of action is the lifting of sanctions by removing Huawei from the United States Department of Commerce’s blacklist.

Gina Raimondo still needs official confirmation for this folder. In addition, in the face of Xi Jinping’s recent inflammatory statements, executive Biden may choose to keep the status quo even after reviewing the Huawei case.

Huawei continues to suffocate in the market for smartphones and 5G networks

In view of the sanctions imposed almost two years ago, Huawei is now seriously weakened. Private to negotiate, design and produce components for smartphones, the chip stock is virtually depleted and with no solutions in sight.

Among the main restrictions is the use of components manufactured by North American companies, or any software developed by entities based in the USA. This resulted in the deprivation of Google services and several vital components.

Although some companies have received special licenses to negotiate with Huawei, this is not enough. The company continues to languish in the smartphone market, as pointed out by the agency IDC.

Meanwhile, Gina Raimondo has already made it known that she will protect the interests of US operators against Chinese rivals like Huawei and ZTE. The fate of these Chinese giants remains, therefore, in limbo.

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