New bill forbids USA government of using Huawei and ZTE hardware

Aaron Brown
August 15, 2018

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Although the vast majority of the bill is directed towards more traditional aspects of national security, a few clauses, specifically sections 886 and 889, point the finger at the two Chinese vendors. Despite the Fiscal 2019 defense authorization bill being named after the senior Arizona senator and Armed Services Committee chairman, and who is fighting cancer back in the Grand Canyon State, the president made no mention of McCain.

According to the report, Huawei has called the ban a "random addition" to the Defense Bill and has also said that this ban is "ineffective, misguided, and unconstitutional".

Some commentators have been critical of the bill for lifting an earlier ban on China's telecommunications company ZTE after the company allegedly shipped products to Iran and North Korea illegally.

By having their names included in this section, USA government agencies are now forbidden from buying or using certain products, components, or services from these Chinese companies. It added that the bill failed to "identify real security risks or improve supply chain security", and would simply serve to increase costs for consumers and businesses.

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China's complaints about the act come as the world's two biggest economies engage in an increasingly bitter fight over trade, levying tariffs on each others' products.

"The U.S. side should objectively and fairly treat Chinese investors, and avoid CFIUS becoming an obstacle to investment cooperation between Chinese and U.S. firms", the ministry said in a statement. But while this latest bill signing sees Trump wielding his power, the president will be unimpressed by Recep Tayyip Erdoğan - the president of Turkey - saying his country will boycott United States electronics.

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