On May 15, the US Department of Commerce announced that it would extend Huaweis temporary supply license for 90 days to August 14. But at the same time, the regulatory measures for Huawei chips have been upgraded in disguised form. As long as foreign companies use American technology, software, equipment, etc. to produce chips for Huawei, they will also be regulated, and all of them need to be approved by the United States first. Of course, theres a 120 day buffer.
However, the U.S. crackdown on Huawei has had little effect. On the contrary, it has led to the Americanization of China and other countries around the world in the industrial chain. In the end, the only way to find a substitute for the U.S. in the industrial chain is to lift a stone and smash ones own foot.
Reuters asked Chinas foreign ministry whether China would take retaliatory measures against the United States on this issue, according to observer.com? China will resolutely defend the legitimate rights of its enterprises and the United States must stop unreasonable suppression of Huawei and other Chinese companies, the foreign ministry said in a statement Tuesday.
After the news was disclosed on the evening of the 15th, a Chinese source told the global times that if the US finally implemented the above plan, China would fight back strongly, or involve Qualcomm, Cisco, apple, Boeing and other US enterprises.
Source of this article: responsible editor of www.jiwei.com: Liu Fei, nbjs10390