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Kyodo news agency quoted the documents as saying the ban will take effect on August 13, in the context of US President Donald Trump’s administration maintaining a tough view of Huawei and other technology companies of China, arguing that these companies pose a threat to US national security.
According to the Federal Gazette, US agencies will not enter into, extend or extend contracts with companies that use telecommunications services and video surveillance equipment by Chinese companies. on offer. Certain circumstances may be exempt from the application of the ban under certain circumstances, on a case-by-case basis.
Earlier, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on July 15 that the United States would impose visa restrictions on some employees who work for Chinese technology companies like Huawei.
In late June, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) formally identified China’s telecommunications corporations Huawei and ZTE as “a threat to US national security,” stating that it would prohibit US companies use government budgets worth 8.3 billion US dollars to buy equipment from these companies. The FCC requires rural operators to remove and replace the devices of these two Chinese technology companies from the current US network.
In May 2019, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order, which barred US companies from using telecommunications equipment from companies that Washington deemed to pose a threat to US national security. .
Source : Genk