Huawei, it seems, may again obtain a temporary license to trade with US companies. Although it’s more correct to say the opposite.
The source claims that the US Department of Commerce is expected to provide a six-month license, but this will be done so that some US companies can trade with Huawei.
The U.S. Secretary of Commerce acknowledged that some rural telecommunication service providers are dependent on Huawei, so a temporary license is needed so that these companies can continue to function normally. At the same time, the license will not apply to large companies like Qualcomm, Micron, and so on, so for Huawei itself it will mean little.
As a result, a rather amusing situation arises when those sanctions that should have been weakened by Huawei made it only stronger, but at the same time, various American companies can suffer much more from them.