Microsoft throws support behind Huawei in ongoing trade ban


Despite being quite nonverbal about the entire blacklist fiasco of Huawei vs. US Department of Commerce. UU. Regarding the licensing of Windows or other software and service collaborations, Microsoft has apparently found its voice and is supporting the Chinese technology company. 19659002] Speaking to Bloomberg, Microsoft President Brad Smith questions the lack of seemingly consistent reasoning behind the decision of the US Department of Commerce, which months ago blacklisted Huawei due to national security concerns .

The answer we receive is: & # 39; Well, if you knew what we know, you would agree with us & # 39; ”Said Smith. “And our answer is:‘ Great, show us what you know so we can decide for ourselves. This is how this country works & # 39; ”.

Smith's comments are not kept empty as many other US-based technology companies are feeling the pinch of relatively erratic bans and the US-China trade war. [19659002] Google, IBM and Apple are among the many companies that presumably share similar feelings with Smith about being taken as economic hostages by the indecisions of the Chinese and US governments in an ongoing commercial and security fight.

In addition, Smith examines Trump's administrations reason behind the convoluted implementation of the ban by highlighting an analogy that the real estate mogul could understand.

"Telling a technology company that it can sell products, but not buy an operating system or chips, is like telling a hotel company that it can open its doors, but not put beds in its hotel rooms or food in its In any case, it puts the survival of that company at risk. ”

However, in recent months, lobbying efforts by technology companies have created some space between them and the strict prohibitions proposed by the U.S. Department of Commerce The Trump Administration, which softened the restrictions and allowed some exceptions for business in recent weeks.

Microsoft and others continue to ask the Commerce Department to reconsider the alleged security restrictions that are hampering business and only time will tell as to whether academic research, technological development and the company of li The market will defeat the pseudo nationalism of China and the United States.

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