The Foreign Ministry of Telecommunications Equipment of 5 Chinese Companies, including Huawei, has responded to the U.S. ban on purchasing telecommunications equipment

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 The Foreign Ministry of Telecommunications Equipment of 5 Chinese Companies, including Huawei, has responded to the U.S. ban on purchasing telecommunications equipment


CCTV Beijing, August 9, according to CCTVs China Voice News Evening Peak, the U.S. General Administration issued a provisional regulation on August 7 that it would prohibit the use of federal funds to purchase five Huawei, ZTE, Haikangwei, Dahua and Haineng companies under the Defense Authorization Act of 2019. The regulations will come into effect on the 13th of this month. In response, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said yesterday (8) that China strongly resents and firmly opposes the implementation of negative provisions concerning China by the United States and discriminatory and unfair practices by specific Chinese enterprises.

It is reported that the ban will come into effect on the 13th of this month. Five Chinese companies temporarily listed as prohibited purchasing targets are Huawei, Haikangwei, ZTE, Hainengda and Dahua Technologies. The U.S. government will accept its views on the ban within 60 days, and then issue a final version. The government will allow agencies to grant contractors without security problems a period of exemption until August 13, 2021.

In response to the US governments ban, Huawei issued a media statement on the 8th, saying that the FY2019 Defense Authorization Act and its implementing provisions take punitive action against Huawei without any evidence of wrongdoing, which is based on trade barriers established by the country of origin. Huawei will continue to challenge the constitutionality of the ban in federal courts. A spokesman for Haikangwei said the company was committed to abiding by the laws and regulations of the country in which it operated. Haikangwei has made efforts to ensure that the safety of its products meets the requirements of the U.S. government. In this regard, the telecommunications industry expert Xiang Ligang analysis: First, Huawei has always had a bottom line. Even if the U.S. government does not buy Huaweis equipment, small U.S. operators are still buying Huaweis equipment today. Why? Because Huawei is of good quality, leading technology, cheap price and competitive. Second, for Huawei, in addition to these prohibitions, the U.S. government has added it to the list of entities, which has limited Huaweis supply. Although it did have an impact on Huawei, it was not defeated. I believe that for Huawei, it will insist on improving its ability. In addition, integration into the world will always be the goal of our Chinese enterprises and the direction of our pursuit, so I believe Huawei will also seek more opportunities and more possibilities to cooperate with American enterprises.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said in an interview with reporters on the 8th that the United States has abused its national power to wilfully discredit and suppress specific Chinese enterprises by any means, seriously harming the national image and self-interest of the United States, and more seriously undermining the global industrial chain and supply chain. It has been and will continue to be widely opposed and resisted by all countries in the world. We firmly support relevant Chinese enterprises to take legal weapons to safeguard their legitimate rights and interests, and will continue to take all necessary measures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises.

Hua Chunying stressed that we urge the United States to abandon the Cold War mentality and zero-sum game concept, stop politicizing economic and trade issues, stop unreasonable suppression of Chinese enterprises, and do more to promote the healthy and stable development of Sino-US economic and trade cooperation.

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