Huawei problems has a solution: Trump surprises and opens the door to an agreement to end the commercial war
The situation that Huawei goes through could have a solution. This hinted at by the US president Donald Trump, who reassured that Huawei Technologies could be part of a commercial agreement between the United States and China.
Trump disclosed thay, there is “probably a good chance” that both sides can reach an agreement. This would put an end to the veto that hundreds of companies like Google or ARM have imposed on Huawei and that would prevent Huawei from operating and competing as it has done so far.
Just Last week, the United States single handedly included Huawei but not other similar Chinese companies on its commercial blacklist, the ‘Entity List’, and the company has long been facing accusations from the Justice Department on alleagations that Huawei is spying on the United States and has violated – as did ZTE – the economic sanctions that the US imposed on Iran.
For Trump Huawei “it is very dangerous”. However, the surprise was that after these comments and all the speech of the previous days, Trump opened the door to a possible solution to the conflict with Huawei.
“If we reach an agreement, I could imagine that Huawei was included in some form or manner in a commercial agreement .” This comment reflects the option that everything ends up resolving itself in a situation, and when asked what kind of conditions the United States would impose, Trump only said that “they would be very good for us”.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry said that Washington’s reasons for treating Chinese companies were purely “political” and stressed that this type of behavior does not help “create an environment conducive to negotiations.”
Donald Trump will meet the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, at the end of June on the occasion of the G20 meeting in Japan .
Although he did not give details about the progress of the negotiations, he only indicated that there was “a good possibility” that an agreement could be reached with the Chinese president.