28 Chinese companies were recently placed on a new entity blacklist created by the US, blocking these companies from buying American products.
The U.S. will allow American companies to sell technology to the blacklisted Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei where there is no threat to US national security
Coca-Cola Company and China Mengniu Dairy Company Ltd have signed the first-ever Joint TOP Partnership Agreement.
The official account of Huawei tweeted on June 23, “Was FedEx within its rights to prevent a P30 Pro from being delivered from the UK to the US? No. Representatives from Huawei, UPS and PCMag slam the courier’s vendetta.”
Following the US government ban, tech giants like Google and Facebook continue to block Huawei’s technology. To tackle this, Huawei has opted to make a pro-consumer move by launching a full refund program for Huawei’s smartphones and tablets.
Ren Zhengfei, Huawei Founder and CEO, sat down with two prominent thinkers George Gilder and Nicholas Negroponte for 100 minutes of conversation and Q&A on June 17.
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) released a statement on June 3, stating that employees of Huawei Technologies and its subsidiaries would be allowed to participate in peer reviews for its research papers, lifting the previously imposed ban following U.S. sanctions.
During the recent March Quarter 2019 earnings conference call, Alibaba’s Vice Executive Chairman Joe Tsai began by “addressing the elephant in the room”, which is the current US-China trade war.
Beijing-based China Computer Federation (CCF) has cut ties with a publications division of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) on May 30, following IEEE’s ban on Huawei.
IEEE admitted it’s banning of Huawei employees from peer-reviewing papers is because Huawei has been placed on the Entity List by the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
The debate between CGTN and Fox anchors that many Chinese were looking forward to turned out to be a puzzling Q&A session.
Huawei, the embattled Chinese telecoms equipment giant, might be on the verge of falling off with yet another American company.
“I love this country [China], and I hope that it will be prosperous and no longer be bullied by others,” Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei told his interviewer on Sunday.
Chinese multinational technology firm Lenovo stated that it can shift production to other countries if the U.S. slaps additional tariffs on China.
Trade tension between the U.S. and China exacerbates as Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist, says driving out Huawei is more important than the trade deal.