Believe me, not even the US government itself is so happy about Trump’s decision to put Huawei on the blacklist of US trade.
After many rumors about the alleged espionage practiced by the Chinese, nothing has been proven, and with a canetada, the American president complicated the life of the manufacturer. But Russell T. Vough, the White House’s acting budget chief, is signing a document with several lawmakers to be submitted to Vice President Mike Pence.
It explains how banning, instead of helping, will actually complicate not just the economy, but the implementation of 5G networks in the United States. That is why it suggests an additional two-year deadline until sanctions can apply, even for local companies to adapt and develop the necessary technologies, without the country being hampered by the abrupt decision.
Even Google has already pronounced how sudden banishment can be detrimental to US national security, in addition to remembering, of course, how this tends to undermine the free-market policy there.
Huawei’s leading role in network implementation is undeniable. The company faces a boycott of the United States at a crucial time when the 5G begins to take commercial proportions. Pressures from there reflect not just in North America, but around the world, with Trump management secretaries pushing countries to not sign agreements with the company.
It is worth remembering, in Brazil the situation of the company is better: despite the current restrictions when Android, it has been doing actions for sales of the P30 Lite and P30 Pro. Besides, no one from the federal administration seems to want to take her foot for now.