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Huawei still waiting on US for promise to be kept

Publish:2019/07/13 Company News View:129

Huawei still waiting on US for promise to be kept

Huawei said on Friday it has yet to see any benefit from
the US government’s promise to relax the ban on it.
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Huawei Technologies Co said on Friday that it has yet to
see any benefit from the US government’s promise to relax
restrictions on it and called for a direct removal of the
company from a security blacklist.

“So far, no concrete changes have happened (to supplier
issues),” said Liang Hua, chairman of Huawei, in a news
conference in Shenzhen, Guangdong province. “If the US
companies obtain licenses to continue selling products to
Huawei, we will cooperate with them. But we hope there is
some certainty in the licenses so that businesses can be
controllable.”

Liang’s comments came after the US Department of Commerce
said it would issue licenses to US companies seeking to
sell products to Huawei when there is no threat to
national security.

Huawei was put on the US Entity List in May, which banned
it from buying technologies originating in the US without
special government approval.

Liang said despite the US government “crackdown”, Huawei
has achieved growth in the first half of this year and
specific financial data will be released by month’s end.

The senior executive also explained that the company’s
self-developed operating system Hong-Meng is designed to
power internet of things applications such as self-
driving vehicles and remote medical services.

“When it comes to operating systems for smartphones,
Android and its open ecosystem is still the top choice.
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