Back in May, the US government places an export ban on Huawei barring US companies (and companies using US origin technology) from doing business with the Chinese tech giant , Because Huawei still has customers to support the smartphone and cellular infrastructure business, the US Department of Commerce has given Huawei a 90-day exemption on the ban, allowing it to support its existing customers. That 90-day license was issued on May 20, 201
According to a report from Reuters, the US Government is just going to give the road again and give Huawei another 90-day extension to support its customers. Sources tell Reuters the deal is "expected to be renewed this weekend," US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping
Back in May, the department of commerce described the exemption, saying "The Temporary General License grants Huawei mobile phone users are currently doing their part in order to get their hands on the equipment they are using and rural broadband networks. "
Huawei was banned from doing business in the US due to concern. Huawei has repeatedly denied it spies for the Chinese government. A recent report from The Wall Street Journal ZTE, which eventually saw ZTE accept fines and a change to management as a condition for reopening. Huawei is one of China's biggest companies, which would like to make a difference from China. IPhone sales if the trade was escalates.