Washington / BeijingThe US complaints against the Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone manufacturer Huawei could be solved in the opinion of US President Donald Trump in a trade agreement with China. At the same time, however, he said on Thursday that from a military standpoint the company was “very dangerous”.
Trump also announced a quick solution to the trade dispute. Although no further talks were agreed after the end of the latest round of negotiations two weeks ago. However, Trump could meet his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the G20 summit in Japan in late June.
The US Department of Commerce has blacklisted Huawei and another 70 companies. Huawei is the world's largest network equipment supplier. Trump accuses Huawei of being able to use its products to conduct espionage for China. The Group rejects this. The dispute has caused uncertainty on the stock markets worldwide.
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