Huawei is in danger of becoming the second Chinese company, which will be denied in cooperation with the American firms. According to the Wall Street Journal, the smartphone maker Mate and Honor came from the U.S. Department of justice — the regulator finds out, has not violated any Huawei the terms of the sanctions regime against Iran.
At what stage is the investigation and what I suspect Huawei is unclear. Presumably, the U.S. regulator wants to know how closely the company is associated with the Chinese government and how this may affect national security.
The manufacturer denies violation of the rules. “Huawei abides by all legal norms and applicable regulations wherever it operates, including the law on export controls, sanctions regimes and the regulations of the UN, the US and the European Union”, — said the press service.
Last week, the U.S. Department of Commerce forbade American companies to sell spare parts ZTE — she was found guilty of violating the sanctions regime against Iran and North Korea. The firm lost the right to purchase Qualcomm processor and Dolby sound system for seven years, also faces a loss of license for installation of the operating system Android.
From ZTE a few alternatives: if you have to either completely leave the US market, where its share and so are not too large to attract other platforms such as Samsung’s Tizen, or to create a branch based on Android. At Huawei, if she is found guilty, the choice is more: the company is developing its proprietary shell EMUI 8.0 based on Android 8.0 Oreo.