Huawei will remain on the US blacklist. Biden maintains Trump veto


Huawei is a threat to the country’s security. The statements were made by White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki on Wednesday (27) during a press conference. The United States of America maintains the veto against Chinese Huawei.

Psaki thus buries rumors that suggested a more lenient Biden administration towards China, the opposite being true. The new administration will maintain Donald Trump’s veto of Huawei, ZTE and other Asian manufacturers.

Huawei, the world leader in 5G solutions, will remain on the US blacklist


Huawei and other suppliers do not deserve our trust, being a security threat. We and our allies will invest in reliable telecommunications equipment, said the spokeswoman for the new Biden administration.

The pronunciation thus defines the tone of the executive Biden with regard to international and commercial relations. As in the former Trump executive, China will be the main antagonistic figure, a test also advanced by several political analysts.

With regard to China and, above all, on the theme of 5G networks, the Democratic management will have an attitude similar to the previous one, Republican. The smartphone maker’s hopes of easing sanctions have now been dispelled.

It should be noted that the first statements by a new White House administration historically dictate the tone to be followed by the executive throughout his term.

Like Trump, Biden closes the door on China and Huawei

Trump Huawei

As the Exam, the pronunciation thus marks the beginning of criticism by Joe Biden’s government against the Chinese giant, Huawei. Something very common in the Donald Trump administration that, advised by national security agencies, would put the technology on the country’s black list. Something that in May 2019 took the most severe contours for the mobile device manufacturer.

Trump’s criticisms, and sanctions imposed by him, have been extended to the main U.S. allies, namely the United Kingdom and India. Both nations, under American pressure, would block Huawei and its 5G efforts.

Huawei has been barred from negotiating with any American company since May 2019. Furthermore, major chip and semiconductor manufacturers are also barred from negotiating with the Chinese manufacturer.

In view of such constraints on its operation, Huawei is experiencing a historic decline in the smartphone market. The future, however, does not look very different, even with the new administration of the White House.

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