shine trader limited reports:
Alan estewitz, the nominee of the U.S. Deputy Secretary of Commerce, said on the 21st that the Chinese telecommunications company Huawei “poses a threat” to U.S. national security and plans to keep the company on the “trade blacklist” unless “the situation changes”.
Reuters 22 reported that at the nomination hearing held by the U.S. Senate Finance Committee on the 21st, estewitz promised to “investigate” the glory company spun off from Huawei if he finally obtained the appointment of the post, so as to determine whether Huawei is using the stripped brand to minimize or bypass the “blacklist” restrictions. Estevez also threatened that he would stop the “malicious acts” of China and other competitors in many fields, strengthen the control of key technologies and improve the resilience of the U.S. supply chain, especially in the chip field. Estewitz previously worked in the U.S. Department of defense. In July this year, he was nominated by President Biden as Deputy Secretary of Commerce, mainly responsible for industrial and security affairs.
In 2019, the trump administration included Huawei in the “trade blacklist” on the grounds of “threatening national security”. Since then, the United States has continuously issued various policies to suppress Huawei, and some anti China politicians in the United States have made various irresponsible remarks to discredit Huawei. In this regard, a spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry has repeatedly said that some US politicians are shouting to catch thieves. For some time, the United States has continuously slandered Huawei, but so far it has not produced any solid evidence to prove that Huawei products pose a security threat to the United States and other countries. China advises some US Congressmen to do more practical things, do more practical things for their constituencies, and less slander, smear and political manipulation.
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