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FCC marks ZTE and Huawei as threats, bans imports

Huawei isn’t doing well on the international market. Huawei’s reputation worldwide was impacted by the US trade embargo in 2019. The company’s market share declined shortly after the announcement. New information is available, and we have updated it. ZTE and Huawei have been banned from entering the US by the FCC because they pose a threat.

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US authorities prohibited the import and sale of communications equipment from China’s Huawei Technologies and ZTE. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations prohibit the use of both businesses’ equipment in the future after their designation as potential threats.

US officials have increased their suspicions of Chinese telecom firms in recent years. The FCC’s chairwoman, Jessica Rosenworcel, stated in a statement, “We are committed to maintaining national security by ensuring that unreliable communications equipment cannot be used within our borders.” According to her, the new regulations are an integral part of the continuous effort to protect against security threats, so they are part of the ongoing effort.

There are also other companies impacted by the regulation, such as video security equipment manufacturers Dahua Technology and Hangzhou Hikvision. On Friday, the FCC announced that it would also be interested in feedback on potential actions involving current authorizations as well. In order to protect the national security of the United States, the US has restricted the operations of the three major state-owned mobile carriers in China.


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