The latest in the trade between Microsoft and Huawei: Microsoft and Huawei cooperation is continuing
Though not complete, the sale of Microsoft Software to Huawei has been restored. Which software has been released exactly has still not been released by the US authorities.
Through a news service, the US authorities have announced that trade between the Microsoft company and the Chinese vendor HUAWEI has been partially lifted. However, the released software list was kept very short. That could be one of the reasons why the list is still kept secret. In any case, we know that this does not include any products that endanger US national security.
In addition it came with the applications of approximately 300 companies from the USA. This information was provided by the US Department of Commerce. Although about 150 applications were rejected but apparently the rest have served their purpose.
THERE IS NO AGREEMENT IN THE TRADE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE TWO ENTREPRENEURS COUNTRIES USA AND CHINA
A little inconsistent are the statements from the US. For one, the statement by US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross on the other is the testimony of US President Trump. Ross said the White House is optimistic about trade with China. But President Trump made statements that contradict this. Trump threatened in case there would be no decision between the two countries with the continued restriction of trade.
Recently, President Trump issued a ban on trading with the Chinese company Huawei. Officially, the decree came out only a few months ago, in May. US President Trump justified his interdiction on Microsoft and Huawei with the threat to US security.
From that point on, the bans on Chinese technology products and more have progressed.
Even if the US government likes it, it is quite open to see that American companies can no longer do without Chinese software. When the list of products is published we will definitely be sure about the indispensable software.
In addition, there should soon be a decision between the US government and China.