Huaweis response to the new US export control regulations: strong opposition to ultimately harm the interests of the US

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 Huaweis response to the new US export control regulations: strong opposition to ultimately harm the interests of the US


The following is Huaweis media statement on the modification of direct product rules by the U.S. Department of Commerce against Huawei:

Huawei strongly opposes the US Department of Commerces modification of direct product rules only for Huawei. Since it was incorporated into the entity list by the U.S. government on May 16, 2019, Huawei has always been committed to complying with applicable laws and regulations, fulfilling its contractual obligations with customers and suppliers, struggling to survive and strive to move forward under the circumstances that a large number of industrial technology elements are not sustainable.

However, in order to further curb Huaweis development, the U.S. government ignored the concerns of many industry associations and enterprises, expanded and revised the direct product rules without the bottom line, and the revised rules were outrageous and had industrial destructive power. Under this rule, the expansion, maintenance and continuous operation of the hundreds of billion dollar network built by Huawei products in more than 170 countries around the world will be impacted, and the information and communication of more than 3 billion people using Huawei products and services will also be affected. In order to suppress the advanced enterprises in other countries, the U.S. government ignores the rights and interests of Huaweis global customers and consumers, which contradicts the rhetoric of protecting network security that has been advocated all along. This revision of the rules will not only affect Huawei, but also bring serious impact to related industries around the world. In the long run, the trust foundation of global cooperation in chip and other industries will be destroyed, and the conflicts and losses in the industry will be further intensified. If the United States uses its own technological advantages to suppress other enterprises, it will weaken their confidence in the use of American technological elements, and ultimately hurt the interests of the United States itself. Huawei is in the process of conducting a comprehensive assessment of this incident, and it is expected that our business will inevitably be affected. We will try our best to find solutions, and we hope that customers and suppliers will work with Huawei to eliminate the adverse effects of this discriminatory rule. Extended reading of Yu Chengdong: the U.S. crackdown on Huawei is to maintain the supremacy of science and technology. It is said that Huawei urgently placed a $700 million order with TSMC, which denied receiving the new order. It has stopped providing new orders to China. Pure market rumors. source: Netease science and technology report responsibility editor: Qiao JunJing u00b7 nbj11279

However, in order to further curb Huaweis development, the U.S. government ignored the concerns of many industry associations and enterprises, expanded and revised the direct product rules without the bottom line, and the revised rules were outrageous and had industrial destructive power. Under this rule, the expansion, maintenance and continuous operation of the hundreds of billion dollar network built by Huawei products in more than 170 countries around the world will be impacted, and the information and communication of more than 3 billion people using Huawei products and services will also be affected. In order to suppress the advanced enterprises in other countries, the U.S. government ignores the rights and interests of Huaweis global customers and consumers, which contradicts the rhetoric of protecting network security that has been advocated all along.

This revision of the rules will not only affect Huawei, but also bring serious impact to related industries around the world. In the long run, the trust foundation of global cooperation in chip and other industries will be destroyed, and the conflicts and losses in the industry will be further intensified. If the United States uses its own technological advantages to suppress other enterprises, it will weaken their confidence in the use of American technological elements, and ultimately hurt the interests of the United States itself.

Huawei is in the process of conducting a comprehensive assessment of this incident, and it is expected that our business will inevitably be affected. We will try our best to find solutions, and we hope that customers and suppliers will work with Huawei to eliminate the adverse effects of this discriminatory rule.