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nity.Huawei Technologies Co said it opposed Washington’s decision to add another 46 of its affiliates to an export black
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“It’s clear that this decision, made at this particular time, is politically motivated and has
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y are in no one’s interests, including US companies,” Huawei said in a statement.
The comments came after the US Department of Commerce said on Mon
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ber to more than 100 Huawei entities that are covered by the restrictions. Companies put on the Entity Lis
t are banned from buying US technology without special government approval.
“Attempts to suppress Huawei’s business won’t help the US achieve technological leadership. We call on the US gover亚博体育注册后花园女神会所
nment to put an end to this unjust treatment and remove Huawei from the Entity List,” the company added.
Washington at first put Huawei on the Entity List in May, banning it from buyin
亚博体育注册后花园g US technology without special government approval. Later, the US government gave Huawei a temporary lic
ense to purchase some US-made goods to reduce disruptions for its customers until Monday.
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buy from American suppliers. The move, an extension of the license through mid-Nove
mber, is expected to allow the Chinese tech giant to serve its existing telecom customers and smartphone users.