US government receives more than 130 applications for licences to supply Huawei

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President Trump has come down hard on Huawei, while also prosecuting a trade war against China
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President Trump has come down hard on Huawei, while also prosecuting a trade war against China

US government has yet to issue a single licence after adding Huawei to its Entity List on national security grounds more than three months ago

The US Department of Commerce has received more than 130 applications for licences to continue supplying Huawei, according to a Reuters. Citing three anonymous sources, the newswire claims that ...

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