Several U.S. IT companies suspend business with Huawei

American companies working in the field of information technology, have suspended the supply of software and equipment of Chinese company Huawei,  Bloomberg reports.

As reported by the agency citing sources, companies such as Broadcom Limited, Xilinx, Qualcomm and Intel have informed their employees that they will not supply Huawei equipment until further notice.
Reuters, citing sources, reported earlier that the U.S. corporation of Google has suspended business with the Chinese company Huawei in connection with its blacklist. It has been reported that the Chinese side will lose access to hardware and software products, except those that fall under open source licenses. On Thursday, the U.S. President’s administration officially introduced Huawei to the blacklist and immediately followed the restrictions.
Earlier, U.S. president Donald Trump said about the threat of foreign espionage information technology in the United States and called to balance the openness of investments with national security. The president signed a decree declaring the regime of “national emergency” in connection with threats to information technologies. The Minister of Commerce is instructed to prohibit transactions that create an unacceptable risk to U.S. national security or the security of U.S. residents.
U.S. MEDIA wrote that the United States could impose restrictions on Huawei to prevent the use of company technology in the construction of cellular networks standard 5G in the U.S. and other countries.

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