Trump The government’s term of office has two days to end. Reuters quoted sources familiar with the matter on the 18th. The Trump administration has notified several companies including chip manufacturer Intel. Huawei supplier stated that it would revoke certain licenses to sell products to the Chinese company and intends to refuse dozens of other applications to supply the telecommunications company.
Reuters believes that this This action may be the last action against Huawei during Trump’s administration. It is the latest action in a long-term effort to weaken the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer. The Trump administration has always claimed that Huawei is a threat to US national security and foreign policy interests. However, in response to this report, a spokesperson for Intel Corporation did not immediately comment, and a spokesperson for the US Department of Commerce did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
In fact, not long ago , The U.S. Department of Defense included 9 Chinese companies, including Xiaomi, on the grounds of suspected military involvement. As we all know, as a private technology company, Xiaomi’s Internet, Internet of Things, smart phones, smart home and other businesses are impossible to be suspected of military industry as the United States said. The reason why the US government included Xiaomi on the list was the same as the crackdown on Huawei, in order to restrict the development of China’s science and technology in order to maintain its global technological monopoly.
The Ministry of Commerce once targeted the United States In response to the sanctions against Huawei, the US used national power to abuse export controls and other measures under the pretext of so-called national security to continuously suppress and deter certain companies in other countries. This is a breach of market principles and fair competition, and a ignorance of basic international economic and trade rules. , Is a serious threat to the security of the global industrial chain supply chain. This harms the interests of Chinese companies, the interests of American companies, and the interests of companies in other countries.
Chinese Foreign Ministry SpokespersonHua Chunying has also emphasized that the U.S. abused its national power to suppress specific companies in China without providing any evidence. This is a denial of the market economy principles that the U.S. has always advertised, and it also debunks what the U.S. calls fair competition. The cloak of hypocrisy. We once again urge the US to stop generalizing the concept of national security, stop unreasonably suppressing specific Chinese companies, and truly provide a fair, just and non-discriminatory environment for normal cooperation between countries.