A blow to Huawei, a deal that was about to be made with AT & T, one of America’s largest operators, came from the Republican Representatives.
According to the new Senate bill, the US government will be bound to do business with Huawei and any organization that does business with ZTE. Lawyers are dedicated to burying all expectations of Chinese electronics producer Huawei in the United States.
Congress members who have been forced to cancel a crucial deal with AT & T‘yi this week are now in the limelight to prepare a draft law that will allow the federal government to work with anyone using any Huawei or ZTE equipment. Huawei, who is based in Shenzen, has been negotiating with AT & T to sell the company’s phones for the past year. According to Counterpoint research unit, Huawei passed Apple last year, becoming the world’s second-largest smartphone brand.
But the company’s sales in America are relatively inadequate. The primary reason for this is that the first four wireless providers in America do not sell Huawei’s phones. This was about to change when the firm took the stage at CES and made announcements of its new partnership with AT & T. But on Tuesday things were reversed.
According to Information, White House members and the Senate intelligence committees sent a letter to the FCC in December asking them to report concerns about national security related to the deal. The deal was terminated a few weeks later. But Congress members are not limited to that.
According to TechCrunch, Republican Representative Michael Conaway has released a new bill to ban the US government from doing business with Huawei or all service providers working with ZTE. Both companies are located in China and are hindered by the possibility that they may be at risk of intelligence because of the possibility of working with the Chinese government. The bill is quite extensive. If Senatodan passes, it will forbid America to work with all third parties that use Huawei or ZTE’s equipment.
This bill has to be signed by the President to enter into force after receiving the approval of the Palace and the Senate. However, at the same time, the image of these companies is also damaged by public opinion. It seems that Huawei’s hopes in the American smartphone market will fall.