Outside the scope of TGL, any export, re-export or domestic transfer of items subject to EAR will continue to require a license to be issued after the BIS has conducted a review with presumption of refusal.
In response to US business decisions, Huawei issued a new statement on the extension of the “Temporary General License” by the US Department of Commerce.
Huawei opposed the US Department of Commerce to include another 46 Huawei entities in the entity list. The United States chose to make this decision at this point in time, once again proving that the decision is a politically driven result and has nothing to do with US national security. This practice violates the principle of free competition in the market economy and will not benefit any party, including the United States. The company. The United States will not gain a leading position in technology by suppressing Huawei. We call on the US government to stop the unfair treatment of Huawei and remove Huawei from the list of entities.
The postponed temporary license issued by the US government today did not change the fact that Huawei was treated unfairly. Regardless of whether the temporary license is postponed or not, Huawei's business has limited substantial impact, and we will continue to focus on making our own products and serving our customers around the world.
The so-called temporary general license in the United States covers a very limited scope. Liang Hua, chairman of Huawei, said in an interview with the company in the first half of the July 30 results presentation: "There are only a small number of unimportant products that have been restored, and key parts such as the Android operating system have not recovered. ”
Huawei has no illusions about the changing US government. The company is trying to make up for the supply chain gap under US restrictions and trying to establish its own dominant ecology. In addition to the release of the representative open source operating system Hongmen, the release of the first 5GMobile phoneAnd also stepped up the rhythm in the release of chip products.
On August 19, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Yan Shuang hosted a regular press conference, and a reporter asked questions about US President Trump's remarks about Huawei. Yan Shuang said that when the US dollar first met in Osaka, the US said it would allow US companies to continue to supply to Huawei. When the US fulfills its promises and how to fulfill its promises, it is related to the US's own reputation and credibility. The international community also looks at In the eyes. I hope that the US can say that it will stop unreasonable suppression and sanctions against Chinese companies such as Huawei, treat Chinese enterprises in a fair and equitable and non-discriminatory manner, and do more to promote the healthy and stable development of Sino-US economic and trade cooperation. Not the other way around.
"Temporary License" is not in good faith
Earlier, on May 15, US time, the US government listed Huawei as a “list of entities” on the grounds of the so-called “national security issues”. It was forbidden to do business with US companies without a license, and to include Huawei in Shortly after the blacklist, on May 20, the US Department of Commerce issued a temporary general license for 90 days.
With the extension of the license, the US Department of Commerce aims to "provide the necessary time for consumers across the United States to get rid of Huawei's equipment." At the same time, 46 Huawei subsidiaries were included in the list of entities, showing that the US attitude is not good. The so-called "temporary license communication certificate" covers a limited range.
According to the “Temporary General License Final Rule” promulgated by the US Department of Commerce, Huawei can continue to operate existing networks and equipment within the “exemption” period; provide support for existing mobile phones; conduct network security research and disclosure of vulnerabilities; The development of the 5G standard carries out the necessary participation. However, Huawei still prohibits the purchase of parts produced and sold by US companies to produce new products.
This license has become a bargaining chip in the US trade negotiations with China. In June this year, at the G20 Osaka Summit, US President Trump said at a press conference that US companies will be allowed to continue selling products to Huawei. In the end, Trump did not fulfill his promise.
On July 30, Huawei Chairman Liang Hua accepted an e-company interview in the media during the semi-annual report. “At present, only a small number of unimportant products have been restored, and key parts such as the Android operating system have not recovered. Huawei Need to invest a lot of manpower, material resources for version switching, supply continuity management, and guarantee delivery to customers around the world."
In the half year since Huawei released, we can see that some businesses were affected by the US chip supply. In the first half of the year, Huawei’s smart computing business revenue fell by 24%, mainly due toIntelX86serverThe impact of chip supply issues. Huawei smartphones have experienced a certain degree of decline in overseas markets and are currently recovering.
Huawei’s consumer business CEO Yu Chengdong said in an interview with e company reporter that Huawei was expected to replace this year.SamsungBecome the world's largest mobile phone manufacturer, but affected by the ban, this year can only be second.
US suppliers expect to resume supply
Huawei suppliers in the United States are eager for the US government to allow them to resume supplying products to Huawei.
On July 22, US President Trump met with senior executives of seven US technology giants at the White House. Under the latter's request, Trump agreed to let the US Department of Commerce "decisively" decide whether to loosen the ban on US companies' exports to Huawei, such as Qualcomm, Google, Intel, Cisco,Micron,Western dataAnd Broadcom.
According to the data, among the $70 billion that Huawei used to purchase parts and components in 2018, $11 billion went to American companies including Qualcomm, Intel, and Micron.
Intel CEO Si Ruibo also confirmed in the interview with foreign media that they submitted a license to resume the export of Huawei, but currently do not know how long it takes for the application to be approved. Si Ruibo said that the main export is general-purpose computing chips, and there will be no security risks when selling to Huawei.
At the end of July, US Commerce Secretary Ross said in an interview that he has received more than 50 special applications from Huawei for about 35 companies. But these US companies still don't know whether they can sell products to Huawei after the temporary export license expires on August 19.
Huawei has no hope for the US temporary licensing policy. On May 20, Ren Zhengfei said in an interview with the media: "The US 90-day temporary license does not make much sense, and Huawei is ready.”
In an interview with foreign media in July, Ren Zhengfei said: "The US will not affect our survival, but we have to carry out some version switching. These running-in will take some time. Huawei's original expected sales revenue is from $135 billion. A drop of $30 billion. If you come to Huawei, you can see our company's 'body' is healthy."
In response to the US “entity list”, Huawei is preparing for many aspects. At the Huawei Developers Conference on August 9th, the distributed operating system, Hongmeng OS, was launched. Huawei said that in the next three years, Hongmeng OS will gradually be applied to smart terminals such as smart watches, smart screens, car devices and smart speakers.
Accepting the British sky in recent daysTVIn an exclusive interview with Taiwan, Ren Zhengfei said, “It takes a long time to build your own ecosystem. For a long time, we may not be a top smartphone supplier. If the US government does not allow Google to provide Android, then the world will probably There is a third operating system... This is not in the best interest of the United States."
Ren Zhengfei visually referred to the Hongmeng OS system as a "little brother" and called "allowing the little brothers" to enter the world. You can't rule out the possibility that it (the third operating system) might one day surpass them (Android/iOS). ”
Huawei chips are also intensively unveiled. In the server field, Huawei is promoting the ecological construction of the Kunpeng industry based on the ARM architecture. In January of this year, Huawei announced the launch of a 7nm server processor based on the Kunpeng architecture - Qi Peng 920.8 month, based on the Kun Peng processor, Huawei Cloud launched Kun Pengcloud serviceAnd the solution, 25 partners such as UFIDA, ChinaSoft International, Softcom Wisdom, and Sipu have joined the “Qianpeng Lingyun Partner Program”.
e company reporter was informed that on August 23 (next Friday), Huawei will officially release the latest AI chip, and the new generation AI open source computing framework will also be unveiled at the same time. Huawei calls it "the world's most powerful AI chip with the fastest computing power," said its computing power is twice that of the world's top AI chips, and is equivalent to 50 of the latest and strongest CPUs to meet terminal and edge computing. , cloud full scene requirements.
Like Hongmeng's operating system and Qipengyun service ecosystem, Huawei has set this chip as open source. Huawei hopes to build an ecosystem on operating system applications and chip capabilities to cope with the US blockade.
Ren Zhengfei said in a special interview with the British Sky TV station that the United States has lobbied many countries to boycott Huawei equipment. "We don't care which country buys us or buy us. The fundamental problem we have now is that we can't sell so much goods. He also ridiculed that Huawei's current exposure and market space are all thanks to Bertrand.
Huawei is sanctioned by the US schedule:
1. On May 15th, US time, the US government listed Huawei as a “list of entities” on the grounds of the so-called “national security issues”, prohibiting business with US companies without a license.
2. On May 20, the US Department of Commerce issued a temporary general license for 90 days.
In March and June, at the G20 Osaka Summit, US President Trump said at a news conference that he would allow US companies to continue selling products to Huawei, but did not fulfill their promises.
4. On July 30, Huawei Chairman Liang Hua: At present, only a small number of unimportant products have been restored, and key parts such as the Android operating system have not recovered.
5. On August 9, Huawei released a distributed operating system, Hongmeng OS.
6. On August 19th, the United States will extend Huawei’s temporary general license “TGL” for US products for another 90 days, and the deadline is about November 19. At the same time, the US Department of Commerce documents show that the Ministry will The 46 Huawei subsidiaries were listed on the entity list. Huawei objected to this. On August 19th, the United States will extend the temporary general license for Huawei products (TGL) for another 90 days. The deadline is November 19 day. At the same time, the US Department of Commerce documents show that the department has added 46 new Huawei subsidiaries to the entity list. On August 19th, the United States will extend Huawei's temporary general license "(TGL) for US products for another 90 days, and the deadline is about November 19. At the same time, the US Department of Commerce documents show that the department will be new 46. The Huawei subsidiary is listed on the entity list. On August 19th, the United States will extend the temporary general license for Huawei products (TGL) for another 90 days, and the deadline is about November 19. At the same time, the US Department of Commerce documents show that the department has added 46 new Huawei subsidiaries to the entity list.