Huawei sues US over government ban on its products

Huawei sues US over government ban on its products

Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei Technologies sued the US government on Thursday saying a law limiting its US business was unconstitutional. Huawei said it had filed a complaint in a federal court in Texas challenging Section 889 of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which bars federal agencies and their contractors from procuring its equipment and services.

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Darth Quaint
Darth Quaint 1 year

Yeah. Good luck convincing our judiciary that our government is just being mean to you and it's not because your government can easily access information on ANY Huawei device domestic or foreign.

ThatOneGuy WhoDoesThatThing
ThatOneGuy WhoDoesThatThing 1 year

The US government has always wanted its equipment to be produced domestically by companies local to the US. A Chinese business that has ties to their communist party isn’t getting anything for a lot of reasons, national security at the top of the list.

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Well just countersue and believe me China blocks EVERYTHING in China ( anything medical and education must be Chinese owned, Disney, kfc, McDonald's are all co owned (by force in China) it is not even legal for foreigners to conduct import export in China ( an American in China cannot import an American product into China). If America chose to be tit for tat roughly 300 million Chinese would starve to death in the following months, alleviating pollution and overpopulation while also disarming an illigitimate, murderous, defunct and corrupt "communist" "party" . Now that's win-win!

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