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Congress Needs To Stop Trump Management From Weakening Huawei Limitations

A group of senators launched a bipartisan rule this week that might restrict the Trump management’s capabilities of scaling back stress on the Chinese tech behemoth Huawei without any Congress act.

Led by Sens. Chris Van Hollen and Chris Van Hollen Tom Cotton, the Defending America’s 5G Future Act might ban the Trump management from single-handedly letting Huawei to perform business with the US firms. If accepted, it might also keep the Commerce Department from eliminating the Chinese firm from its “Entity List,” codifying a latest Trump management executive order. That list stops firms such as Huawei from buying US tech without approval from government.

The group of lawmakers inked onto the bill has long wanted to ban Chinese telecom firms such as ZTE and Huawei from the US market. Senators such as Marco Rubio assisted to lead efforts previous summer, and called the management’s latest decision to scale back on Huawei a “disastrous mistake.”

Rubio together with Sens. Mark Warner, Mitt Romney, and Richard Blumenthal are co-supporting the Senate edition of the rule, which will also be issued in the House.

“We must make a strong effort to tackle the danger China causes to US intellectual property, national security, and tech,” Sen. Mitt Romney claimed. “Our bill might ban US-supported firms from conducting business with Huawei till they no longer cause a national security danger.”

On a related note, the Huawei Mate 20 X 5G, the debut 5G handset by Huawei, will roll out in specific markets before the end of this month, in spite of sustained doubt around Huawei’s future as a producer of Android handsets. the media claimed that the handset will go on sale on July 26, 2019, in China. The media also claims that the handset is presently accessible to preorder from Italian site of Amazon with a launch date of July 22, 2019, and will be accessible in the UAE soon.

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