On May 15, the United States announced new restrictions on the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, further cracking down on its semiconductor chip supply.
The U.S. Department of Industry and Security announced new regulations that require manufacturers to export semiconductor chips that use U.S. technology or designs to Huawei. They must obtain an export license from the U.S. government, even if they are produced outside the U.S.
The US stated that this provision is intended to protect national security.
The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs responded that these US measures would not only harm the legitimate interests of Chinese companies, but also harm global industries and supply chains. Chinese official media reported that China will take countermeasures to sanction US technology companies.
Since the start of the U.S.-China trade war, the Huawei dispute has often been closely related to the process of trade negotiations between the two countries. Therefore, it is often regarded as a barometer of trade agreements.
The Huawei dispute then gradually exceeded the scope of economic and trade, involving technological competition, national security and other factors. Huawei is a giant in China’s telecommunications industry, but for China, the significance of Huawei’s story may not be limited to the growth and success of an enterprise: it is also a model for China to show its technological innovation.
With the Huawei dispute, the phenomenon of “technical nationalism” has attracted more and more attention and discussion in the United States and China.
What fuels the fire is that on May 27, local time, the Supreme Court of Vancouver, British Columbia ruled that the Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou case met double criminal standards, and the process of extradition of Meng Wanzhou from Canada to the United States will continue.
The Chinese embassy in Canada issued a statement saying that the United States intends to “down” Huawei and other Chinese high-tech companies. Canada has been playing the role of American conspiracy in this process.
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