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Trump says U.S. firms can continue doing business with Huawei

Trump says U.S. firms can continue doing business with Huawei as trade talks resume

Huawei's month-long headache is nearing an end, as Donald Trump has actually verified at the G20 summit in Japan that U.S. business can continue doing business with the Chinese manufacturer.

Trump said that enabling U.S. firms to provide elements to the Chinese maker does not position a nationwide security threat:

Just over a month back, Huawei was placed on the U.S. Commerce Department Entity List, effectively preventing U.S. firms from working with the Chinese producer. Google managed to get a 90-day stay on that order, allowing the business to roll out updates to Huawei devices.

Huawei isn't being taken off the Commerce Department's restriction, however the reality that U.S. firms can continue to sell services to the manufacturer is an action in the right direction.

The relocation comes as the U.S. and China resume trade talks, with Huawei being used as take advantage of in the discussions. Trump stated as much at the end of last month, and it's possible that ought to the U.S. get a beneficial trade deal with China, Huawei will be taken off the Entity List.