The Trump administration has announced a significant relaxation of its restrictions on US companies selling to Huawei, saying the ban will only apply to products that are related to national security. According to The Financial Times, in other cases, US companies will be able to obtain a state license to sell their goods to a Chinese manufacturer. Obtaining a license of this type has become possible after the truce between the United States and China, concluded during the G20 Osaka summit. At the same time, Huawei remains on the blacklist. Therefore, in order to conduct business, US companies will have to obtain a special license, the validity of which is not reported yet.
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