The US embargo versus Huawei was intended to consider total influence on August 19. But it appears that Donald Trump has after yet again extended the grace interval. At the very least, this is what the news company Reuters claims to have figured out.

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Right now is the stop of the 90 days that the US govt had granted the Chinese team to get ready for a foreseeable future without the need of American providers if there is no bilateral agreement with China. Several industry experts had expected that an agreement would be concluded in time, but that did not materialize. Now, the time for Huawei is in fact more than.

As Reuters stories, this is not heading to materialize. According to the news agency, the US Division of Commerce is presently getting ready a letter extending the deadline by a further 90 days. This would give all stakeholders more time to occur up with a trustworthy alternative. Huawei must yet force ahead with the development of Harmony OS, which at some place could provide as an different to Android, even though this is only an unexpected emergency alternative.

One of the reasons for the extension appears to be the fact that Trump did not want to sign an settlement ahead of the G7 summit in Biarritz, France. The assembly on the Atlantic coast commences on Saturday, August 24 and lasts for a few days. Heads of point out and associates from the United states, Great Britain, Canada, Japan, Germany, France and Italy will fulfill there. Nevertheless, the Chinese federal government is not at the table.

Will protests in Hong Kong grow to be a dilemma for Huawei?

Another issue for Huawei could be the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, or the response of the Chinese government in Beijing. Trump said it could be an obstacle to an agreement if the governing administration there used pressure from the demonstrators: “It would be substantially much more difficult for me to indicator an settlement if he [Chinese President Xi Jinping] used power in Hong Kong, so it stays thrilling for Huawei.”

Steffen Herget