The Trump administration could begin approving certain US companies to sell their products to China's Huawei Technologies Co. in just two weeks, Reuters reported on Sunday. US chip manufacturers UU., Including Qualcomm Inc.
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and Micron Technology Inc.
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According to reports, they have pushed to resume sales to the Chinese technological giant, which bought about $ 11 billion in US components in 2018. UU banned most sales to Huawei in May, but Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has recently said that sales licenses will be issued in cases where there is no national security risk. Reuters reported that licenses will likely be granted on a case-by-case basis, beginning in the next two to four weeks.