At present, it is not clear to what extent the US Department of justices investigation is progressing, and federal agents specific accusations against HUAWEI. A spokesman for HUAWEI declined to comment. The daily economic news reporter noted that HUAWEIs accusations were more serious than the previous sanctions imposed by ZTE. In terms of institutional nature, the U. S. Department of justices investigation of HUAWEI is a criminal investigation, which means that HUAWEI may face additional criminal penalties; and the sanctions imposed by ZTE before the US Department of commerce are administrative penalties. After the news of HUAWEIs investigation, the shares of well-known US chip manufacturers such as the NVIDIA, AMD and Qualcomm have fallen, which also continued the recent decline in the collective collapse of US technology stocks. The reporter noticed that although HUAWEI did not respond to the latest reports for the time being, in February this year, HUAWEI spokesman denied the allegations of espionage by the US side. HUAWEIs partners in Europe and other North American countries are also giving testimony to the quality of HUAWEI products. HUAWEI faces more serious accusations The daily economic news reporter noted that according to foreign media reports, the accusation of HUAWEI was more serious than that of ZTE. The Wall Street Journal said the U. S. Department of justices investigation of HUAWEI belongs to the criminalinvestigation, and the US Department of Commerce and the Treasury may also impose administrative penalties and regulatory sanctions on HUAWEI. The daily news reporters noticed that the New York Times reported earlier last year that the US Treasury issued an administrative subpoena to China in December 2016, accusing HUAWEI of being suspected of violating sanctions. Earlier in 2012, a congressional report said HUAWEI and ZTE might be involved in activities threatening the security of technology secrets in the United States. Since the end of 2017, the US government has taken further measures to restrict the activities of the two companies in the US. However, the two companies share a market share of less than 1% in the United States, which is much worse than their share in the global market, which is due to the US governments restrictions on HUAWEI and ZTE. HUAWEI has suffered a lot of obstruction in the United States In December, Trump signed a bill to ban HUAWEI and ZTEs participation in the construction of American nuclear infrastructure; meanwhile, legislators in the Senate and the Senate launched a bill to ban the use of HUAWEI and ZTEs electronic products by the US government and its contractors; the U.S. congressional aides also expressed their hope. The bill will be included in the next years defence spending bill to ensure prompt passage. In the Wall Street journal, the U.S. national security advisers also mentioned HUAWEIs dominant position in the telecommunications equipment industry when it suggested that Trump stopped the hostile takeover of Qualcomm. Last week, the bipartisan group of senators, led by Republican Tom Kauten, also sent a letter to the US Department of agriculture, asking the Department of agriculture to consider not buying HUAWEI and ZTEs communications equipment. In addition, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) took a similar measure last week to ban mobile operators from small US operators and rural areas to use HUAWEI and ZTE electronics. If operators use electronic products from these Chinese manufacturers, they will not get FCC subsidies. American telecom operators also decided to separate from HUAWEI. In 2018, HUAWEIs plan to march into the United States was blocked. After being rejected by AT&T and Verizon of the four major telecom operators in the United States, the largest e - retail chain in the United States, BestBuy, was also sending news of the stop selling HUAWEI mobile. In addition, under the backdrop of the US governments efforts to strengthen the censorship of HUAWEI, some allies in the United States have become more cautious. HUAWEI in Europe and other markets also have a large volume of business, and may be hit in the future. HUAWEI has firmly denied the accusation The daily news reporters noticed that while HUAWEI did not comment on the latest US Department of justice survey, in February this year, HUAWEI strongly denied the alleged allegations of espionage by the US side. A HUAWEI spokesman at the time stressed that With the supply chain and production capacity of the global layout, HUAWEI is trusted by the governments and customers of 170 countries around the world, and there is no network security risk beyond the staff of the communications supplier. Bruce told Reuters that we have been using HUAWEI devices for 10 years and have never seen malicious codes or backdoors. Bruce Rodin believes that the US censorship of HUAWEI is just protecting its industry. Deutsche Telekom said its cooperation with HUAWEI at various levels did not reveal any evidence of safety risk. A spokesman for Deutsche Telecom said These hardware are manufactured in accordance with the specifications of Deutsche Telekom and checked by our own security department. When Prime Minister Teresa May visited China in February this year, he expressed support for HUAWEIs plans to expand the UK market. The Wall Street journal had previously argued that these protectionist measures in the United States would only allow the Chinese government to invest more resources to develop technology and further reduce dependence on American companies, and will eventually become the strongest rival in the United States. In addition, HUAWEIs layout in the 5G market has been a great deal. HUAWEI has previously signed 25 memorandums of understanding with a large number of telecom operators to try out 5G equipment, including BT in the UK, Baer from Canada, Orange in France, German Telecom and Vodafone, a global operator. Among them, the absence of American companies has attracted much attention. HUAWEIs major rivals in the 5G era, Ericsson and NOKIA, are less than half of HUAWEIs revenue and market share, but the situation in the US market is smacking. The two competitors took 48% of the US telecom equipment market, while HUAWEI accounted for less than 1% of the US market share. Behind this contrast, it is easy to see the ambition of the United States to curb HUAWEIs momentum of development. Source: Daily Economic News Editor: Yang Qiang _NN6027 Among them, the absence of American companies has attracted much attention. HUAWEIs major rivals in the 5G era, Ericsson and NOKIA, are less than half of HUAWEIs revenue and market share, but the situation in the US market is smacking. The two competitors took 48% of the US telecom equipment market, while HUAWEI accounted for less than 1% of the US market share. Behind this contrast, it is easy to see the ambition of the United States to curb HUAWEIs momentum of development.