US suspends sanctions on Chinese company Huawei for 45 more days
The US Department of Commerce announced this week that the temporary license granted to Huawei will now expire on May 15th instead of April 1st.
Until then, US companies will continue to do business with Huawei.
This is basically the fourth time the US government has granted a temporary license or waiver to Huawei.
In May last year, the United States blacklisted Huawei for being accused of spying on a Chinese company, which was always denied by Huawei.
However, Huawei was issued a temporary license for 3 months to continue supporting phones and networking devices, after which the license was extended for 90 days in August, then 3 months in November and In February 2020, it was increased to 45 days, which has now been increased to 90 days.
As a result of this restriction, new Huawei phones have been denied access to Google services and apps, and sales of devices in various countries have also been affected.
The company introduced the Huawei App Gallery to tackle the effects of sanctions, while the navigation app and other services are in the works.
The company also developed its operating system, but it is currently not used in smartphones but is being used on other devices.
Huawei has also worked on introducing Huawei search in place of Google search in their phones, which also received reports this month.