Donald Trump wants to ban all Huawei products in the US
In recent months, we’ve seen how the United States has strongly opposed Huawei smartphones sold in its territory, allegedly for reasons of espionage and national security. Amid rising tensions in the trade war being waged by China and the United States, President Trump wants to take a new step.
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In recent months, we’ve seen how theThe United States was strongly opposed to Huawei smartphones sold in its territory, supposedly for reasons of espionage and national security.
Amid rising tensions in the trade war being waged by China and the United States, President Trump is now taking a new step to heighten the conflict.
Operators in the US cannot use Huawei equipment
As reported by Reuters, sources close to the government confirmed that Donald Trump would sign an executive order this week banning telcos from using devices on their networks that have been manufactured by Huawei.
This decision was studied for a year, but was postponed on numerous occasions, now given the aggressive trade confrontation for the implementation of tariffs between the two countries, Donald Trump confirms the restrictions.
The US government continues to warn that its communications must not go through Chinese equipment, as the Chinese government could reportedly put pressure on Huawei for political ends. The company has consistently denied that this has happened at any time, and while there is no real evidence or cases, the Americans prefer to put the locks on the door without hard data.
European operators have said that if Huawei is banned from providing telecommunications equipment, services will become more expensive and rollout of 5G networks will be slower. There are some countries like England or Germany that are studying the situation, but so far no security breaches or bad practices by Huawei have been detected.