Huawei in the USA has definitely died a death knell, the chances of returning are close to zero

  • The well-known Huawei company has been facing considerable problems in recent years
  • The dispute with the United States has been going on for three years and does not seem to be nearing the end
  • Now Joe Biden has signed a “death sentence” for the company

Huawei has not made it easy in recent years photo: illustration

US ban on trading with the company Huawei has been in place for more than three years and prohibits it from using the company’s services Google, make your own chips and more. This has resulted in the collapse of the world’s five largest phone manufacturers, but now the situation for the manufacturers seems to be getting worse.

Huawei? Not by mistake, it sounds from the USA

US President Joe Biden has signed a security law, meaning the office will no longer consider or approve any permit applications for facilities that pose an unacceptable risk to national security. Indeed, Huawei, ZTE and several other Chinese companies were identified as national security risks in the United States earlier this year.

The decision comes shortly after the US banned operators and rural networks from buying Huawei or ZTE devices and using federal funds to buy the equipment. However, it is not clear whether this act only applies to network and related devices, or whether it means that it will also apply to Huawei, ZTE phones, tablets, computers and other consumer products.

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Catastrophic impact on society ‘s results

Devices that do not obtain FCC approval may not generally be sold or imported into the United States. For example, Amazon’s terms state that all radio-wave devices intended for sale on its platform must be properly certified.

This means that Amazon could theoretically give up future Huawei and ZTEin the absence of approval. This is another blow, which means a significant reduction in profits for the company.

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