This morning, reports emerged that U.S. and Chinese officials had reaffirmed their commitment to phase one of their joint trade deal in a call.
From September 15, an advanced chipset that powers Huawei's flagship smartphones, the Kirin, will run dry thanks to Trump administration sanctions—what is likely to happen next?
"Strength in China alone will not be enough to sustain Huawei at the top once the global economy starts to recover," said Canalys analyst Mo Jia.
In an interview with The Hill, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said "every place I go, every foreign minister that I talk to, they recognize what China has done to the world," referring to the coronavirus pandemic.
Global Times said the U.K. is a "weak link" in the U.S.-led Five Eyes intelligence sharing group and is toeing the line drawn in Washington, D.C.
The U.K has announced it will ban the Chinese technology giant from the country's 5G network. Washington has said the company poses a security risk.
In the first quarter of this year, TikTok enjoyed 165 million installs by U.S. users via the App Store and Google Play Store.
Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden admitted it was an issue of "not if, but when" Huawei and other "high-risk vendors" were removed from U.K. networks.
"If Beijing cannot develop technology on its own, it attempts to steal it from the United States using cyber espionage," read a 2019 letter from U.S. lawmakers.
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The secretary of state said the U.S. "stands with our allies and partners against the Chinese Communist Party's coercive bullying tactics."
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was clear he wanted the Chinese company to provide 5G infrastructure—now he's not so sure.
"We expect that Canada's judicial system will ultimately prove Ms. Meng's innocence," read a Wednesday statement from Huawei.
British leader Boris Johnson reportedly plans to limit the Chinese tech giant's influence in Britain's 5G network to zero by the year 2023.
"Foreign chipset companies will be able to shore up research and development in the next generation semiconductor technologies and leap ahead of their American industry peers," one expert warned.
"Canada has an independent judicial system that functions without interference or override by politicians," Trudeau said Thursday.
"Ericsson has carefully put itself into an advantageous position across vastly different political environments," one technology industry analyst told Newsweek.
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The Chinese government may enforce several "countermeasures" against U.S. companies in retaliation for the Trump administration's plans to crack down on shipments of semiconductors to Huawei from chipmakers worldwide.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross reprimanded the company as the announcement was made Friday. "This is not how a responsible global corporate citizen behaves," Ross said.
A bipartisan group of congressional leaders introduced a new bill Tuesday targeting Huawei and other 5G companies found to have engaged in commercial espionage or to be in violation of U.S. sanctions.
Cruz said some Chinese companies like Huawei and Tencent were "espionage operations for the Chinese Communist party" in a Thursday statement.
Sir Iain Duncan Smith accuses Huawei of viewing the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to "advance its own interests".
"Right now, by keeping Britain online, we are able to play our part in helping the country through this difficult period," Huawei Vice President Victor Zhang wrote in an open letter.