Huawei to challenge the constitutionality of the US ban


Huawei

After the relaxation of the US ban on Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, the company has been waiting for official confirmation from the government. According to recent reports, there is a new communication between the government and Huawei. According to a press statement, the Trump government places a ban on federal agencies purchasing equipment or services from Huawei. However, the company did not take this judgment in good faith. As a result of the decision by the government, Huawei said that it will continue to challenge the constitutionality of the ban in US court.

Huawei security threats

“We are not surprised by today’s news. This is only the implementation of the US Defense Authorization Act of 2019. Huawei will continue to challenge the constitutionality of the ban in federal courts.”

According to the report which went public yesterday, the US government is restricting purchases from five Chinese companies. However, this restriction is applicable to only federal agencies for now.  Consequently, the company released a media statement today saying:

“The National Defense Authorization Act of 2019 and its implementation clauses punish Huawei in the absence of any evidence. There is no proof of misconduct…”

From Huawei’s statements, the company will certainly head to the court to try and get some space. However, the company will have to cope with the restrictions as it has done in recent times.

Via

Previous Facebook is already preparing to merge Instagram Direct with Messenger
Next Galaxy Note 10: Samsung explains why the headphone jack is gone