The U.S. Will No Longer Grant Any American Tech Export Licenses to Huawei, Report
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Sources inside the administration said the Commerce Department notified some companies that it would no longer grant licenses to any group exporting American technology to Chinese telecom tech giant Huawei, marking the latest effort in Washington’s campaign to curb the company, which US security officials believe helps China engage in espionage.
Alan Estevez, head of the commerce department’s bureau of industry and security, has been leading a review of China-related policy to determine steps the administration should take to make it harder for the Chinese military to use US technology to develop weapons.
China is seriously concerned about this report that the United States has stopped approving licenses for U.S. companies to export items to tech giant Huawei, a foreign ministry spokesperson said. "We are cl…
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