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Huawei allowed to briefly resume work in the US

US Department of Commerce adopted a temporary solution
The US Department of Commerce allowed Huawei to maintain existing networks and update software for 90 days after the release of a decree by the President of the United States, Donald Trump, to ban the use of this company's equipment. This follows from the notification of the Bureau of Industry and Security of the US Department of Commerce. Thus, the US Ministry of Trade issued a temporary license to the Chinese company Huawei, which will allow it to maintain existing networks and update software. The temporary license is valid for 90 days, it was received not only by Huawei, but also 68 related companies. After 90 days, the US Department of Commerce plans to add Huawei and its units to the blacklist for "activities contrary to national security" of the country.
In general, the economic relations between China and the United States continue to escalate. Since May 10, the United States increased duties on Chinese goods from 10% to 25% for a total of $ 200 billion. US President Donald Trump also ordered to begin the process of raising duties on products from China by another $ 300 billion. The American side explained its actions by the fact that Beijing departs from the agreements reached earlier at the consultations on trade issues.
In response, Chinese authorities said on May 13 that from June 1, 2019, they would impose retaliatory duties on more than 5,000 commodity items from the United States totaling $ 60 billion.