The president of United States, Donald Trump has confirmed this Saturday that the American companies will be able to re-supply material to the Huawei technology within the framework of the restart of trade negotiations with China announced during G20 summit in Osaka (Japan).
Trump decides to reverse a decision prohibiting these companies from entering into commercial relations under the suspect that Huawei, mainly known for its mobile phones, could pose a threat to national security.
"We will send and sell to Huawei a tremendous amount of products that they use in the things they do, and I said 'perfect.' We will continue selling these products to you", he has asserted.
Trump signed an executive order that prohibits US telecommunications companies from using devices made by companies that may pose "a risk to national security," which opened the door to a possible ban with the Asian giant Huawei.
The president, however, has not spoken about the situation of Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, arrested in Canada at the request of the US authorities and on which it has been speculated that Trump could annul the arrest warrant.
The initial decree on Huawei invokes the Law of International Economic Powers of Emergency, which gives the president the authority to regulate trade in response to a national emergency that threatens the United States. The measure orders the Department of Commerce, which works with other government agencies, to submit an application plan within 150 days.
In a statement released by the White House, the US president justified his decision in the attacks received by "foreign adversaries" who try to "exploit weaknesses in the information and communication systems" of their country.
In this regard, Trump explained that this threat exists for the personal use of devices or services offered by those companies – as would be the case of Huawei – that try to carry out an espionage focused on the economy and industry of the States. United.