Exactly one year to the day when the U.S. placed Huawei on the Commerce Department’s Entity List preventing the Chinese manufacturer from accessing its U.S. supply chain (including Google Mobile Services), the Commerce Department made things much harder for the firm. The regulatory agency changed an export rule forcing foundries that use American technology to produce chips to obtain a license in order to ship components to .
Report: Huawei plans to start manufacturing its own chips although it will not be the solution to its problems
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