"The US Department of Commerce said on Friday that it could soon limit the restrictions on Huawei Technologies after this week's blacklisting would have made it almost impossible for the Chinese company to serve its existing customers," reports Karen Freifeld for Reuters. "The Commerce Department, which effectively stopped Huawei's ability to buy US components and components, is considering issuing a temporary general license to" prevent interruptions to existing network operations and equipment, "a spokeswoman said.
"Possible recipients of the license may, for example, include internet access and mobile carriers in densely populated places such as Wyoming and Eastern Oregon who purchased Huawei's networking equipment in recent years," reports Freifeld. "In reality, the trading department will allow Huawei to buy US merchandise so that it can help existing customers maintain the reliability of networks and equipment, but the Chinese firm will still not be allowed to buy US parts and components to produce new products. " [1
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