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tment〓 of Commerce on Mond○ay issued a 90■-day temporary lice●nse loosening restr◆ictions on busin●ess deals ○with Huawei.■Huawei doesn't inte■nd to isolate i〓tself from ●others, but want○s to make as

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harm● to friends,●" he said. "W●e want to help ●them achieve ●good balance sheet■s. Even if we make● adjustments, we ●still ought to re◆nder help."The s○pirit of openness i●s what helped the ◆United States deve●lop. However,〓 Washington◆'s restrictions on■ Huawei, ba◆sed on unfo■unded allegat○ions and polit●ical speculatio○ns, fall foul of ○the golden■ r

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llowing a○rticle is t○aken from the Chine●se-language "Co●mmentaries ●on Internation●al Affairs"On Thursd◆ay, the U.S. 〓Department of Co〓mmerce, wit○hout any valid e○vidence, put Chinese■ technology■ firm Huawei a●nd its 70 aff◆iliates on an 〓“Entity Li●st,

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” which p■rohibited Hu◆awei from purchas●ing compon◆ents or techn〓ologies from U.○S. companies. Suc■h a move was cle〓arly aimed at◆ obstructing○ the development ■of China’s ●high-tech sector by■ strangling H〓uawei and sec●uring Amer○ica’s h●egemony in the g■lobal sci-tech s○ector.However, what 〓surprised Washington■ is that Huaw●ei immediatel◆y announced plan●s to use backup ch◆ips it had been ●independent◆ly developing■ for years to ○ensure stra■tegic security and a○ steady supp○ly chain of◆ most of its pr■oducts. This● represents a fan○tastic fight bac●k against ●the ‘stran○gling’○ moves made ◆by the U.S. sid●e and is thanks t◆o Huawei&rsqu■o;s spirit of h●ard work and 〓innovation, ●along with the c●ompany’s f●arsightedn■ess and vigi●lance against pot■ential dangers ●in times of peac●e

.As the world●’s largest◆ telecom-equipment m〓anufacturer, after 〓more than ○20 years of d●evelopment acro○ss the globe, Huaw■ei’s service〓s and produ○cts are bei◆ng used in 170 co■untries, serving● over one-third of t〓he world&rsqu●o;s populatio●n. However■, its developmen○t path in ●the U.S. has b●een rough ●and rugged. Man○y of its a●cquisition projects ○were obstruc●ted, and t◆he company was also ●probed for posin●g so-called &l◆dquo;national se◆curity risks.&rdqu〓o; The door◆ for Huawe■i to join ■the intern●et infrastructure co〓nstruction in the ◆U.S. with local◆ operators ◆has remained fir〓mly shut.The U.S〓. has been an〓xious about the fact◆ that Huawei■ tops the globa◆l list of patent ◆applications in 5G ○network constru●ction and ha●s declared that &l●dquo;the race to ■5G is a race○ that America mu●st win”◆. Although the U.S. ■side has clai■med that it wants ■to

win throu○gh competition○ instead of bloc●king out ad○vanced technolog■ies, its deeds do n○ot match it○s words. The U.S〓. has been using〓 the concept of &○ldquo;nationa

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l secu●rity&rdquo●; as a tool to p●romote trade pro◆tectionism, and● has taken va○rious measures●, including politic●al kidnapp〓ing, to curb Hua●wei’s acces◆s to 5G netw●ork construction〓 across the w●orld.Howeve●r, its latest ●moves not only w〓on’t make 〓America safe○r or stronger, but● have instead harmed◆ Huawei’s A?/p>any," Preside〓nt Emmanuel Macro

鰉erican partne〓rs, resulti●ng in huge job l■osses and underm○ining the global ■supply chain. S○hares of som〓e of Huawei&rsquo■;s partners, su◆ch as Qual◆comm a

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nd Xilinx, fel■l sharply after th●e U.S. restrictio◆ns were annou■nced. Lead■ers from Europea●n countries, incl◆uding Frenc●h President E○mmanuel Macron and ■German Cha●ncellor Angela Mer■kel, have made it■ clear that the〓y will not blindly ●follow the U.●S. steps to block 〓Huawei. Thes●e are clear signs of◆ public out〓rage against■ the U.S. ◆arbitrary moves● to crush ◆competitors th○rough the abuse■ of national power.○Huawei des◆erves a thum○bs-up for havin●g foreseen tho●se potential &lsqu●o;strangling&●rsquo; measures o●ver a decade a〓go and been pre●paring for just su

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c■h a worst-case 〓scenario. The la■unch of back●up plans demonstrate■s the company&rsq●uo;s vigilant stance〓 against potentia○l dangers, as w〓ell as its resolve a■nd tenacity t■o overcome diffi●culties and ch●allenges.Such a s●pirit is n○ot only typical of○ Chinese enterpr■ises, but also of th◆e Chinese nation. Si■nce it was fo■unded 70 years ago, ◆the People&r◆squo;s Republic● of China ○has handled a ser■ies of combat and s◆uppression threa〓ts from t

day.Launching a◆ tech war

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he outside ○world. The co■untry succ〓essfully p◆roduced atom and 〓hydrogen bombs a○nd a satellite ■on its own t○o cope with○ nuclear black●mail, and ove■rcame difficulties 〓to produce i○ts homegrown m●icrochips in the fac○e of a technolo●gical blockad◆e. Guided by the ●principle of &ldqu◆o;hope for the● best and 〓prepare for t●he worst”,〓 China and its p○eople have turned ●a series of○ dangers into〓 advantage.C●hina is now closer t●o and more confid○ent and capable th◆an ever before of m◆aking the goa●l

of national rejuve●nation a real●ity. It also○ knows that achievin●g that goal will not● be a walk in the ○park, but inst●ead requires ev●en harder wo〓rk, as well○ as vigila●nce against wor●st-case sce■narios. Huawei&■rsquo;s exemplary st■rategy is making a ●gre

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ater number〓 of Chines■e people furth○er aware of the po●tential dangers in t■imes of peace, and ○more resolved to ●tackle tough issu○es head-on.Pleas●e scan the Q〓R Code to follo●w us on Insta●gramPlease scan th●e QR Code ◆to follow us on● WechatChi■na urges U.S. to■ stop executive or○der on Huaw●eiChina ur○ges U.S. to st●op executive order〓 on Huawei■China urges ■U.S. to stop executi○ve order o○n Huawei05-16-2019 ●19:09 BJTChina urges〓 the U.S. ○to stop th○e mistake of car〓rying out t○he executive order ●bar

ring U.S.● companies 〓from using tel●ecommunications e■quipment m●ade by Chine■se company Huawei a◆nd its 70 sub〓sidiaries, Chine○se Ministry of Comme■rce spokespers○on Gao Feng said in ●a media conference.■"The execu●tive order is an a●buse of natio〓nal securit

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y and uni●lateral trade s○anctions," Gao said◆, adding that the U◆.S. should respect● market economy rul●es and build a trans〓parent and unb◆iased commercial ●environment for◆ foreign compan○ies.China has alwa■ys asked Chines●e enterprises to fol○low the laws of ■the countries w●here they are based〓 and will take neces◆sary measures to ■protect Chin○ese companies' righ◆tful interests.M◆OC's response c●ame after ○U.S. President Don●ald Trump s■igned an executive ■order declaring a○ national emergency◆ and barring U

.S. co◆mpanies from usi●ng telecommunica●tions equipment mad●e by firms pos■ing an "unac○ceptable risk to t■he nationa◆l security."Earlier●, Huawei also re〓sponded that restric●ting Huawe◆i from doing ■business in the U.■S. will not make ●the U.S. more?/p>

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?secure or〓 stronger.●Please scan the QR■ Code to follow ●us on InstagramPl●ease scan ■the QR Code to f●ollow us on Wechat◆China's Huawei ◆reiterates confi●dence in CFO's inn◆ocenceChina's ■Huawei reiterates〓 confidence〓 in CFO's ●innocenceChin○a's Huawei reitera

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t○es confidence● in CFO's in○nocence05-09-●2019 11:17 BJTVA■NCOUVER, M■ay 8 -- Chinese tech■nology giant Huawei ◆said in a stateme◆nt on Wednesday th◆at the compa◆ny has always b◆een confident in■ the innocence o〓f its chief fina●ncial officer (C〓FO) Meng Wanzh○ou, who was arrested○ in Vancouve〓r last Dece●mber at the extradi◆tion request ●of the United

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Sta●tes."We have ma●intained that ●her U.S.-orde〓red arrest■ was an unlawful a●buse of process - o●ne guided by pol●itical consider●ations and tactics,● not by th◆e rule of law," the ●statement said, aft●er Meng attend●ed a court h◆earing in Vancouver 〓on Wednesday morn●ing local time.The s◆tatement was made〓 by Benjamin How●es, vice president● of Canadia

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n● media affairs a○t Huawei, outsi〓de the British C◆olumbia Supreme● Court."The crimina●l case agains●t Ms. Meng ●is based on allegati◆ons that are ◆simply not true. T○o the contrar●y, it was made ○clear in co●urt today tha●t business● activities by Ms◆. Meng were con◆ducted openly and ●transparent◆ly with full know●ledge of ban●king officia○ls," Howes

s○aid.The lawyers not〓ed in court that the○re is no ev●idence to pr●ove that M◆eng committ●ed acts of dece■it, dishonest●y, or other fraud■ulent means, accor◆ding to the st〓atement.The actio◆ns against ◆Meng led t〓o serious and r〓epeated viol●ations of her right〓s, the statement○ said. Her lu■ggage was sea〓rched, her cel〓lphone and o■ther electr■onic d

evices◆ were seized, ■and she wa●s compelled to◆ reveal her pa〓sswords.It was ●revealed that the〓 arrest of Men◆g violated a core pr○inciple of Canad◆a-U.S. extradition t■reaty and Ca○nada's extraditi●on law, because the〓 allegation s●he faces is not〓 a crim

lar◆s Huawei spent ◆

e in ●Canada, the stateme○nt said."Poli●tical factors at pl■ay during ●the extradition proc●ess may lead to a s●erious viola○tion of justice. ●Ms. Meng's legi○timate rights m〓ay also be ha〓rmed. Thus Ms. Men〓g intends to appl■y to this Cou●rt for a stay◆ of the extradition● proceedings," Ho◆wes said.Ca◆nadians value t●he rule of law■, and law-enfor●cement officials are◆ expected to follow ●the rules ◆at all times, ◆in all cases and for● all people● - citizens and vis●i

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