Trump is trying to murder Huawei. CNBC News summed up the speech made by Craig Allen, president of the National Committee on U.S. -China Trade on the same day at the CNBC Capital Trading Summit. He named and criticized Trumps governments actions against Huawei.
Screenshots of CNBC reports
On that day, Allen first directly refuted the US governments long-standing claim that Huawei had a security problem at the summit.
Craig Allen (right) and Thea Lee (left) attend the CNBC Capital Trading Summit. Source: CNBC Video Screenshots
Until now, the U.S. government still has no public evidence that Huawei is more dangerous than Nokia or Ericsson, Allen said. Our allies are questioning our assessment of Huawei. Malaysia welcomes Huawei, and so do European countries.
Then, Allen said, If we want to exclude Huawei from our network, its very simple to ban Huawei. But putting Huawei on the list of entities and banning American companies from doing business with it is more like murder, to kill them out.
For this reason, he also asked for an example: If a stranger knocks at the door, you dont let him in, but you have the right to shoot people directly?
The report also mentioned that Thea Lee, president of the Institute of Economic Policy, who attended the summit, also criticized Trumps arbitrary use of tariffs in the negotiation of trade agreements. Thea Lee said Trump was burning bridges between the United States and its many trading partners, which in the long run was not good for the United States.
Sya Lee (left), Source: CNBC Video Screenshot
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