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Trump says US companies can continue to sell to Huawei, as trade talks with China resume

Barely a month after the US government banned American companies from doing business with Huawei, a company which it considers a national security threat, President Donald Trump said in a press conference towards the end of the G20 summit on June 29 that American companies could sell their equipment to the Chinese firm. Following his meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the summit, Trump announced that the two countries would resume trade talks and that the US would hold off on implementing new tariffs indefinitely. He reiterated this decision on Twitter, and added, 'I agreed to allow Chinese company Huawei to buy product from them which will not impact our National Security' [sic]. Trump's announcement came just days after the Wall Street Journal reported that China had insisted on a reprieve for Huawei as a precondition for trade talks between the two countries. According to a CNN report, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said on Sunday that Trump's move did not amount to amnesty for the Chinese firm, reiterating that Huawei could resume buying from US companies as long as it didn't present a national security concern. The Commerce Department would "probably" look at how to "grant some temporary licenses" for US companies to resume business with Huawei, the report said. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1145097776658812929 Google could restore Huawei's licence soon A report by PCWorld said that while it was unclear whether the reprieve would extend to Huawei's 5G technology, it would certainly apply to Google and Android. Google was one of the first…

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