Huawei’s fate in the United States will remain the same. No changes will be made even if the country has a new president. No formal or official statement has yet been provided, but Gina Raimondo, nominated by President Biden for secretary of commerce, said there is no reason why Huawei and other Chinese brands should be removed from the trade ban list. Raimondo was asked about major Chinese OEMs, Huawei and other companies such as Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co. and Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp., among others.
The companies mentioned above are the ones on the list that many American companies work with. These American companies must then apply for a license so that they can supply or allow Chinese companies to use their technology.
Raimondo said: “I understand that the parties are placed on the Entity List and the Military End-User List generally because they pose a risk to US national security. I currently have no reason to believe that the entities on those lists should not be there. . If confirmed, I look forward to receiving a briefing on these entities and others of interest. “
Trade ban between Huawei and the US
Looks like there won’t be any changes soon. Huawei shouldn’t expect things to improve. The US Entity List will remain as it is still assumed that the Chinese government is using Huawei for espionage.
Huawei and other Chinese companies have lost access to American products, technology and the market. Several ties have already been cut. The biggest blow to Huawei was when it lost access to Google. This caused Huawei to use the Harmony operating system instead of the Android operating system.