Microsoft said on Thursday that it had obtained a US government license to ship software to Huawei. A Microsoft spokesperson told Reuters by e-mail: “On November 20, the US Department of Commerce approved a license request from Microsoft to export bulk market software to Huawei company. We thank the US Department of Commerce for taking action on our request.” President Donald Trump gave China second probation for the week on Wednesday, and after being listed on the trade blacklist for national security issues six months ago, allowed some suppliers to restart the China Sales of telecom giants.
The USA Department of Commerce confirmed that it has begun issuing licenses to companies to sell goods to Huawei, expand the company’s supplier base, and provide expectations for the industry’s long-awaited sales of billions of dollars’ worth of goods. Long-term clarity. On Wednesday, a US official said that it had about 300 license applications, nearly half of which had been processed. Almost half of them or a quarter of the total have been approved, and the rest are rejected. It is unclear which products have been approved for sale to the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer, the world’s second-largest smartphone manufacturer. A person familiar with the process said on Wednesday that it had approved sales licenses for some mobile phone components and non-electronic components.
Huawei has been licensed for Alphabet’s Google to stream its mobile services to novel models. Without access to Google services such as its Play Store for apps, Huawei phones are harder to vend to consumers based out of China. However, the move was immediately opposed. A 15-member bipartisan senator group urged the Commerce Department to suspend licensing to US companies doing business with Huawei, US security.