Last week, commerce department secretary Wilbur Ross said that companies will receive additional licenses to restart shipping to Huawei and as the progress in this story, a report says the resumption in shipment could start by this or the next month.
According to a senior U.S. official, the US may approve licenses for companies to restart new sales to Huawei in the next two-four weeks to show a quick response in order to ease restriction on the company, reported Reuters.
In May, the US Commerce Department added Huawei in the trade blacklist and abandoned company’s business with tech firms inside the country. Few days after, the commerce announced a 90 days temporary license to manage its existing customers, which will expire on Aug 19 and expected to be expanded.
Following this, on June 29, the US President Donald Trump announced that Huawei can resume buying US technologies.
This remarks made by Trump brought joy for Huawei suppliers but some of the White House officials say companies would only be allowed to sell “non-sensitive” technologies to Huawei and the terms on additional licenses are subject to remain.
For now, Huawei is waiting to get approval on resumptions of Operating services Android and Windows, and hardware component including chips.