Huawei Slows Down Production, Following Trade Ban

Chinese Vice Minister of Commerce Wang Shouwen during a press conference about China-US Trade issues at the State Council Information Office in Beijing

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Well, the United States trade ban may prevent the company from achieving that, so Huawei is reassessing its plans, according to South China Morning Post.

"The U.S. has not bought from us, is not buying from us, and doesn't have plans to buy from us".

The US government aimed at China by blacklisting 67 Chinese companies which would restrict them from doing business with any of the US-based companies.

But Eman Liu, president of Huawei's global transportation business unit, said the company's aviation business was untouched so far.

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The U.S is not anxious about the Huawei smartphones per se though, instead, the main concern is that Huawei could build backdoors into the country's telecommunications infrastructure equipment, which would allow the Chinese government to spy and subsequently sabotage the U.S.

Huawei is willing formally agree not to spy on the US. The Chinese company controlled 15.7% of the smartphone market in the first quarter of this year, up from 10.5% for the year-ago quarter, the researcher said on May 28.

However, there is a little something local phone owners, who wish to keep enjoying WASPA's member-developed content and apps on their Huawei devices, can be happy about. That 2019 forecast has now been lowered by 4.7 percent.

U.S. chipmakers such as Intel, Broadcom and Qualcomm have reported told their employees not to supply to Huawei until further notice. That's unclear, too, but there may be a pointer from China's recent announcement that it was investigating FedEx Corp.

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He reiterated that TSMC would continue shipments to Huawei as long as its exports are in full compliance with global trade rules based on its due diligence reports. However, the Chinese company officially denied those claims. Jamil Jaffer, vice president for strategy and business development at IronNet Cybersecurity, supports the Trump administration's decision but warned that the government can wield its authority to cut off Huawei's American suppliers "as a cudgel or a scalpel" - and urged "using the scalpel approach". They report that Foxconn in Taiwan has stopped some of its production lines for Huawei smartphones.

IQE Plc: U.K. -based maker of semiconductor wafers used in chips said on May 24 that the USA ban of Huawei could lead to delay in orders and the need for adjustment of supplier managed inventory levels, mainly in its wireless business unit.

Huawei phones in China do not use Google service so there's a high chance of adoption of its own Hongmeng OS.

The listing means that Huawei can't deal with major chip makers such as Intel and Qualcomm.

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