The United States has requested a federal court in Texas to reject Huawei's lawsuit against the US ban on its products.
The Chinese tech giant filed the lawsuit in March, claiming that it was constitutional to exclude a group without trial and that the US had not provided any evidence to support its limitations on Huawei products. "
Meanwhile, the US government has justified the ban by expressing concerns that Huawei must use its technology to spy in the country. In addition, the United States claims that its ban does not correspond to unconstitutional punishment as it" does not kill Huawei imprisonment, imprison it or confiscate its property "and" do not exclude Huawei's participation in his chosen profession. "
Instead, the United States stated that the ban is simply the" logical next step "to protect the country and ensure that China not given a "strategic foothold" in the US
Last week, US President Donald Trump said that Huawei is now allowed to resume business with US companies and buy components from the US, but Trump did not say whether Huawei would be allowed to operate in the United States The United States says that Huawei still needs to be considered blacklisted despite the decision to do business with America.