Huawei to remain on US blacklist with Biden administration


Huawei should not receive any clemency from the Biden administration, while maintaining the sanctions applied by the previous Trump administration. The new choice for the Commerce portfolio points out that “there is no reason” to change Huawei’s status.

More specifically, the Commerce Secretary, when faced with the issue, said she saw no reason why Huawei should not remain on the list of entities subject to blocking. In practice, Huawei will remain on the US blacklist.

Huawei will remain blacklisted in the United States of America


Huawei’s misfortunes began in May 2019 when then-President Trump, advised by national security agencies, placed Huawei on the country’s “black list”, banning it from the country and establishing commercial relations with U.S. companies.

The sanctions have, however, been aggravated with more companies being pressured not to do business with Huawei. In a short time, Huawei found itself alone in the industry, unable to even produce its Kirin processors through TSCM and other manufacturers of chips, semiconductors and other essential components.

Huawei is in a desperate situation, and if the exchange of American executives has brought hope to the Chinese giant, these farripas are now dissipating in the face of reaffirming American interests.

Biden will keep the status quo from Trump

The possibility of lifting sanctions is now minimal. According to Bloomberg, Gina Raimondo, Biden’s choice for the portfolio of Commerce, had already given him to understand, now reaffirming the maintenance of the blockade and sanctions.

“I understand that the entities placed on the” List “are there because, as a rule, they pose a risk to US national security, or to their external political interests. At the moment I have no reason to believe that those entities on the lists should not be there.” respond Raimondo to the questions asked by several senators of the republican party.

The questions specifically targeted Huawei and Hikvision, as well as their future under the new administration.

In response to Raimondo’s statements, a spokesman for China’s foreign ministry said that his nation remains firmly opposed to these sanctions imposed by the United States of America.

Meanwhile, Huawei suffers a serious slippage in its position, according to market analysis agencies. The company was recently associated with unhealthy practices on Twitter, in addition to being targeted in a piece in which its Harmony OS is unmasked, showing itself as a copy of Android.

Huawei’s future in the smartphone market is not at all optimistic.

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