The US Department of Commerce may soon relieve restrictions on products from Chinese telecom company Huawei.
According to a spokeswoman, the ministry is considering introducing a 90-day temporary exemption that will allow companies to test the reliability of their network and communication equipment.
The Chinese telecom manufacturer Huawei spoke out earlier this week against the decision of the United States to blacklist the company. In a reaction, the Chinese company says that the decision is not good for anyone.
According to Huawei, American companies with which it does business suffer “considerable economic damage”. That could potentially cost tens of thousands of American jobs. According to Huawei, “the current cooperation and mutual trust in the global trade chain” are also damaged.
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