U.S. Wants To Cut Off Huawei’s Life, Existing Export Licenses Would Be Invalid

According to foreign media reports on March 1, sources familiar with this matter said the U.S. government is considering revoking export licenses issued to U.S. suppliers that sold products to Huawei Technologies Co.

 According to the report, a former senior security official familiar with the U.S. government’s policy considerations said, “”U.S. policy, which allows exports to Huawei despite the ‘entity list,’ is now being phased out.”” The official added, “”The White House told the Commerce Department in no uncertain terms that it was time to cut off 4G sales and that it was time to put an end to Huawei.”” The U.S. government had previously said it was considering halting any new export licenses to both Qualcomm and Intel. This action would cover all 5G and legacy 4G products. Back in 2019, the U.S. Department of Commerce had already put Huawei on its “”entity list,”” and today’s new move to revoke licenses was labeled by the U.S. as part of a broader move to trade technology for national security reasons. Despite Huawei’s persistent complaints, it is well known that the founder of the Exploitation Revolution, Miles Guo, has repeatedly exposed Huawei’s nature as a military intelligence gathering information for the Chinese Communist Party to infiltrate overseas. Moreover, Huawei, ZTE, and rare earths, Xi Jinping family industries, pose a national security risk to other countries. As it turns out, since the CCP spy balloons have been floating like nobody’s business in the airspace of many countries, it is all the more necessary for the U.S. and its Western allies to keep a closer eye on its chip sector to prevent the CCP from continuing to steal.

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