The US will resume deliveries of us technology products to the world’s second largest smartphone manufacturer. This promise Donald Trump gave Chinese President Xi Jinping at the summit in Osaka.
The US is ending the technological blockade of the Chinese telecommunications concern Huawei – one of the largest suppliers of equipment for mobile networks and the world’s second largest smartphone manufacturer. “I agreed to re-allow the sale of Huawei’s technology products,” Trump said at a press conference following the G20 summit in Osaka on Saturday, June 29.
The corresponding promise trump gave Chinese President Xi Jinping during a personal meeting on the sidelines of the summit. US President noted that the US companies that supply Huawei components were dissatisfied with the ban on cooperation with this Chinese concern.
On the blacklist
Trump previously blacklisted Huawei, declaring it a threat to US security. Thus, he severely limited the business operations of American enterprises with the Chinese concern. At a press conference following the G20 summit, Donald Trump said that the final issue of Huawei should be resolved in trade negotiations between the US and China.
At the meeting in Osaka, trump and XI Jinping agreed to resume negotiations to resolve the trade conflict between the US and China, which affects the economies of not only the two countries but also the whole world.