Washington The US government has again extended an exception for trading with the Chinese network supplier Huawei by 45 days. The deadline now runs until May 15, the Ministry of Economy announced.
The US government blacklisted Huawei last May. This prohibits US corporations from doing business with Huawei. A few days later, however, the government decided to grant an exemption that would allow some US states to continue doing business with the Chinese company.
This was intended to ensure the regular operation of certain existing network technologies and devices in rural regions. This exception has been continuously extended since then.