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Chip manufacturers are delivering again: US companies like Intel bypass the Huawei ban

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There has been a lot of uproar about the Huawei ban in the US in recent weeks. The Trump administration had banned US companies from interacting with China. Now the first chip manufacturers are avoiding the ban. And deliver again proflawless.

At the end of May you had all of the USA Chinese company blacklisted. Thus, companies in the USA are prohibited from interacting with Huawei, among other things - even for current models after the Transition period of 90 days. That would mean, that Google no longer ships Android and Intel no longer supplies chips may. In the former case, one has been working on one for a long time own operating system called "Ark OS". The second case should now have been resolved - Intel is currently delivering again Proprocessors for the MateBooks.

This is how cleverly US companies circumvent the Huawei ban

In the ProHuawei products contain many components from companies in the USA. Therefore, both sides have no interest in this cooperation ending. Now the first manufacturers - like Intel and Micron - are looking for ways to circumvent this trade blockade, like the "New York Times" reports. Thus, chipmakers continue to earn millions of dollars. The ones made in the USA will suffice Products than not there proto mark induced. Trade should continue to function through this back door. Allegedly, this possibility is also agreed with the US Department of Commerceprochen – but is unconfirmed.

In addition, US companies are considering theirs Proproduction from China and from the USA to other countries. In this case, the Huawei ban would also not apply. Trump would then have had bad luck with his ban on China - other countries would then be the winners of the blockade. Both companies declined to comment on the matter in the New York Times.

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