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U.S. Does Not want to ban Veto Huawei


Everyone woke up with one of the news that we didn't expect after the change of presidency in the United States. US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimundo has issued written statements on the dispute between the country and Huawei.  He urged, according to the statement, nothing will change now with Huawei after Joe Biden became president of the United States.

Huawei has been imposed on its veto power, which began in 2019 and remains in force as it has worsened in recent months. Huawei may still be unable to work with American companies. Raimundo has put an end to hope even after the change of presidency.

Gina Raimundo's remarks are quite clear for the near future regarding the relationship between Huawei and the US government. In these statements, he says that if the company is blacklisted by the company, it means that it endangers state security.  It also says that it currently has no reason to believe that existing listed companies should not be listed.

Gina Raimundo belongs to Joe Biden's government and is secretary of commerce, so she could be one of the key officials in the change of situation. Now everything indicates that this will not be the case. Huawei can remain blacklisted for the United States and therefore hope is lost in seeing the company's devices with Google services and applications.

Of course, there are still possibilities, where Huawei can appeal and show that it poses no risk, something it seems yet to do with the new government in power.