Huawei Ban, United States extends the purchased license from suppliers by 90 days

Huawei Ban, United States extends the purchased license from suppliers by 90 days

Many have wondered what would have happened on August 19, the day when the temporary 90-day license granted to Huawei by the United States for the purchase of components from American suppliers would have expired.

Apparently, it could be given further scope to the Chinese giant, it seems that the US Department of Commerce wants to extend the trade permit with an additional 90 days of extension.

This was reported by Reuters UK according to two sources close to the developments, it is, therefore, an item not officially confirmed by plausibly, that should allow Huawei Technologies to buy supplies and maintain the existing telecommunications networks up to about half of November.

Also according to the source, US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping should discuss Huawei at a meeting scheduled for this weekend. At the moment there are no comments from Huawei or from the US Department of Commerce, the official confirmations should arrive during Monday, we will update you in this regard in the next few hours.

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To know all the details on the events linked to the economic dispute between Huawei and the United States, we refer you to reading our story on the Huawei Ban issue.

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