US companies may soon be given the All-Clear to sell to Huawei

So after much conspiracy surrounding the two, the US-China trade talks have resumed and it seems that the major Chinese OEM, Huawei does in fact have hope of successfully establishing the relations they once had with the US. In accordance with a latest report, the President of America’s administration cabinet seems to be ready to approve some licenses which will in turn allow U.S. companies to sell goods and services to Huawei. This should come as a relief to the Chinese giant whose major products such as the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, have suffered due to the conflict of interest between the two countries and hence the Mate 30 Pro has not yet gotten a proper launch(with the Google services and all). US companies may soon be given the All-Clear to sell to Huawei.

The New York times has reported that these approved licenses will allow a ‘select few American companies’ to resume selling their products to the Chinese company, Huawei. It is also worth noting here that way back in the month of August, the U.S. government had received over 130 license requests for the same. But it’s possible only a select few of these requests will be approved. Without Google apps, the Huawei Mate 30 series is practically DOA in the international market.

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In addition to things one of the main aim of Huawei would be to get back Google services in its phones, no matter what the company comes up with in terms of OS, a smartphone without Google services is pretty much useless. On top of that the company has also seen a fall in its market repute and hence its position in the global smartphone market is at risk, with Apple to take back the second spot by the end of this year. Even Samsung’s smartphone department has posted better results than the company had forecasted last quarter, at Huawei’s expense. At the end of the day Huawei’s  fate will ride on how the trade negotiations go between these two countries this week, so far the atmosphere is quite tensed right now after China slammed U.S. companies for supporting Hong Kong. In fact, recently, other Chinese OEMs such as Vivo, Tencent, and CCTV suspended ties with the American NBA association after a  Houston Rockets executive tweeted supporting Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters.

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