Tensions between the U.S. and China have led to greater controversy after the corona virus , while a new statement has come for the US Huawei ban . The temporary license issued by the U.S. Department of Commerce would expire on March 20.
When the license expires, the embargo will be fully implemented and US-based brands will not be able to trade with Huawei. The US Department of Commerce has decided to postpone this temporary license until May 15. In this context, the US government technically extended its license for the fourth time.
First, in May, US companies were banned from doing business with Huawei . Soon after, the U.S. Department of Commerce was granted a three-month temporary license to allow Huawei to continue supporting phones and network hardware.
Later, this license was extended for another 90 days in August and November. This year, it was decided to extend it for another 45 days in February. While the US press states that this decision is very important for telecom providers dependent on Huawei network equipment, the government says it plans a $ 1 billion fund for companies planning to replace their equipment.