SHANGHAI — A number of the United States’ biggest chip makers have sold millions of dollars of products to Huawei despite a Trump administration ban on the sale of American technology to the Chinese telecommunications giant, according to four people with knowledge of the sales.
Since the Commerce Department enacted the ban in May, American companies including Intel and Micron have found ways to sell technology to Huawei, said the people, who spoke on the condition they not be named because they were not authorized to disclose the sales.
The article goes on to state the following:
The components began to flow to Huawei about three weeks ago, the people said. Goods produced by American companies overseas are not always considered American-made, and the suppliers are taking advantage of this. The sales will help Huawei continue to sell products such as smartphones and servers.
U.S. Tech Companies Sidestep a Trump Ban, to Keep Selling to Huawei June 25, 2019 at 04:30AM Chip makers’ deals underscore how difficult it is to clamp down on companies that the administration considers a national security threat. … https://t.co/1TnJfETjd3 pic.twitter.com/OCk398BMOl
— NewYork Times Tech (@Tech_NYT) June 25, 2019
— Andreas Landwehr (@andreaslandwehr) June 25, 2019
— Clay Eltzroth (@Clay1016) June 25, 2019
Micron confirms on earnings call it has resumed some chip shipments to Huawei, based on its analysis of recent restrictions, in line with this NYT story: https://t.co/Q11cUyP7Js
— Don Clark (@donal888) June 25, 2019
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