The White House disclosed that Huawei will remain barred from developing its wireless networks 5G In the United States, although small American companies will be allowed to cooperate with them again.
In an interview with the channel CNBC on Tuesday, White House commercial adviser Peter Navarro announced that President Trump’s management would continue to prevent Huawei from marketing Internet technology 5G In the United States, still afraid to use the company to spy for the Chinese government, he stressed that the US policy toward Huawei has not changed and will not change.
“All we have done is to allow the sale of Huawei chips and these are simple technological elements and do not affect national security,” Navarro said. Trump is committed to making the United States a leader in the race to develop technology 5G, and encourage companies such as Nokia and Ericsson in Europe to contribute to this process.”
Navarro said negotiations between Beijing and Washington to resolve their trade war had resumed. “We are going in a very good direction. It’s complicated, and the president will take some time and we want to correct it right.”
Huawei is currently very popular in Europe and is a leader in technical warfare for network control 5G Which will enable users to surf the Internet much more quickly, and can facilitate the development of self-driving cars and techniques for tele-surgery.
Because of this, the United States is leading a global campaign to prevent Huawei from developing technology 5G and is pressing the EU to restrict the company’s activities.
Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed on a trade truce under which Washington retracted new sanctions on Chinese goods and agreed to allow US companies to sell products to Huawei.
Few details have been disclosed about what Washington will do with Huawei, and the Finance Ministry still has to decide whether to lift its ban on the company in May.
It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Finance in mid-May put Huawei on the black list and prevented US companies from selling computer chips to them without prior management approval, and given the doubts that the company is the leading developer of next-generation Internet technology 5G Can be used for espionage.