The United States is considering cutting “whole relationship” with China, which would jeopardize the business prospects for all the China-made mobile phone sets. Currently millions of users of Huawei brand are in total disgust and their sets have become a total waste of money due to inaccessibility to Google. There is no hope for the Huawei mobile phone set users of seeing their sets usable even in the near future, while the Chinese mobile phone giant is neither compensating its buyers for the loss it has caused by selling Huawei sets, nor there is any hope of Huawei getting access to Google.
Millions of Huawei mobile phone buyers around the world are totally disgusted seeing their monies being wasted simply because they went for buying a mobile phone set that has already been cut off from access to Google related software, including Gmail, PlayStore, etc. Meaning, those phone sets have already become totally useless. With the extremely shocking experience with Huawei mobile phone sets, people are now becoming cautious about all other mobile phone brands manufactured in China, including Xiaomi, OnePlus, Oppo, Vivo, etc. Because, there is a possibility that the United States government may impose similar punitive measures for all the Chinese mobile phone brands as President Donald Trump is considering cutting off “the whole relationship with China”.
President Donald Trump suggested on Thursday that the U.S. could cut off ties entirely with China as a consequence of their poor coronavirus response.
Trump made the remarks during an interview with FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo, saying, “There are many things we could do. We could cut off the whole relationship”.
“Now, if you did, what would happen?”, Trump asked. “You’d save $500 billion if you cut off the whole relationship”.
Trump explained that China continues to take advantage of the U.S. while not paying their fair share, a message he first reiterated while campaigning for president.
Trump also said he hasn’t spoken with Xi Jinping – something he said he doesn’t want to do at this time despite having a good relationship with the Chinese leader.
Meanwhile, President Donald Trump extended his effort to curb Huawei Technologies Co.’s access to the US market and American suppliers.
The president on Wednesday renewed for a year a national emergency order that restricts Huawei and a second Chinese telecommunications company, ZTE Corp., from selling their equipment in the US The move continues a battle with China over dominance of 5G technology networks.
In the original order, which didn’t name any countries or companies, Trump declared a national emergency relating to threats against information and communications technology and services.
The Commerce Department then put Huawei on its “Entity List,” meaning U.S. companies need a special license to sell products to the Chinese company.
The administration has described Huawei as a security risk. Diplomats have pressed allies to bar Huawei from 5G networks, saying the company is subject to Chinese law that demands cooperation with security services, raising the specter of espionage.
Huawei leaders have insisted their company operates independently of the Chinese government and that its products aren’t used for spying.