The USA is not doing business with Huawei


On: Sep 2019

On Wednesday, the American president Donald Trump discarded to address Chinese tech firm Huawei’s statements of United States cyberattacks, because ‘it’s a matter of national security concern’ said by him. The president further told that “Huawei is a great worry of our military force as well as intelligence agencies. Therefore, we are not ready to do business with Huawei.”

“And we will observe what happens with China, but Chinese tech organization has not been the concern factors that we want to discuss, so, right now we want to talk about it.” “We are not going to do any business with Huawei, instead, we will start our own business,” he added.

The company declared that the American authorities tried to break into its information systems and pressurize its workers to collect information on the firm. Huawei faces gaining American pressure with the possible loss of access to US technology and it is also claimed that Washington has used shameless means in past few months to disturb its business. But the American officials have offered no proof to support claims from Huawei.

Additionally, the USA, Japan, Australia, and several other governments have placed restrictions on use of technology from Huawei which is the number 2 worldwide smartphone brand and also the biggest network gear maker for phone companies.

The news agency of Reuters reported a Huawei document it said collected 8 staffers including mid to high-level executives like several American citizens were involved in these incidents. It further stated that the recent incident occurred on 28th of August when a worker told Huawei that the FBI asked the person to be an informant for them.

Beijing has blamed Washington of wrongly using national security arguments to hurt commercial competitors of China. US president has previously told that he would free to including Huawei in talks to reach a trade agreement with China. But, in the month of May, America dumped Huawei on the Commerce Department’s Entity list amid national security concerns.