A spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce made a speech on the introduction of new export control regulations in the United States

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 A spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce made a speech on the introduction of new export control regulations in the United States


The United States, using its national strength and under the pretext of the so-called national security, abusing export control and other measures to keep down and contain specific enterprises of other countries, is a violation of market principles and fair competition, a disregard for the basic rules of international trade and economic cooperation, and a serious threat to the security of the global industrial chain supply chain. This damages the interests of Chinese enterprises, American enterprises and other countries.

China urges the US side to immediately stop wrong practices and create conditions for normal trade and cooperation between enterprises. China will take all necessary measures to resolutely safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises.

Us blockade of Huaweis Foreign Ministry

While the U.S. epidemic has not yet subsided and the economy has been slowly restarted, the U.S. still regards Huawei as a serious problem. The U.S. Department of Commerce issued two statements on Friday to further narrow Huaweis business space, the most deadly one of which is to completely block Huaweis chip purchasing in the world.

In response, the Ministry of foreign affairs has the latest response.

According to the global times, citing the website of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced Friday that it would extend the existing temporary general license (TGL) authorization period of Huawei Technology Co., Ltd. and its non-U.S. branches (Huawei) on the entity list by 90 days.

According to the US Department of Commerce, the decision was released after receiving public opinions from many companies, associations and individuals on TGL, and the Industrial Security Bureau will continue to assess the impact of companies and individuals who have not yet transferred from Huawei equipment on US national security and foreign policy.