As stated in the company, this decision was made after the President of the United States blacklisted Huawei and 68 of its branches.
The Chinese company Huawei instructed its employees to cancel a number of technical meetings with representatives of the United States, as well as sent Americans who worked in the branch of the Corporation in Shenzhen, to the United States. This was reported on Friday by the Financial Times, citing interlocutors in the company.
As stated by its chief strategic developer, this decision was made after US President Donald Trump blacklisted Huawei and 68 of its branches. Two weeks ago, a working group in the field of research and development, in which representatives from the United States worked, was disbanded in a hurry, and the Americans themselves were asked to leave the territory of the enterprise.
It is noted that Huawei also spent a few days to bring the communication between its offices in China and the United States in accordance with a special list that requires US suppliers to obtain government approval for the sale of components to a Chinese company. In addition, the Corporation is now working to reduce overall contacts between its employees and American citizens.
On May 15, President Trump signed a decree imposing a state of emergency to protect US information and communications infrastructure from foreign threats. In this regard, the U.S. Department of Commerce from May 17 has made Huawei the blacklist because of threats to national security. On May 20, the Ministry of Commerce issued Huawei a temporary General license for a period of 90 days, which renews its right to provide network maintenance and software updates for its mobile devices. Despite this, after three months, Huawei will lose the right to purchase components from American manufacturers.