Import on ZTE and Huawei Banned in the US, FCC Marks Them As Threats

The international market is not going well for Huawei. The US trade embargo against in 2019 significantly impacted its reputation worldwide. Shortly after the announcement, their market share also decreased significantly. That information is now current, and we have new information to share with you. The FCC contends that ZTE and Huawei goods pose a threat to the US, hence the US has barred their importation.

The import and sale of communications equipment from China’s Technologies and ZTE were prohibited, according to US authorities, who made the announcement on Friday. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has designated both businesses as potential threats, and the new regulations forbid the use of their equipment in the future.

In recent years, Chinese telecom firms and technologies have drawn increased suspicion from US officials. The FCC’s chairwoman, Jessica Rosenworcel, stated in a statement, “The FCC is dedicated to preserving our national security by ensuring that unreliable communications equipment is not permitted for use within our borders.” The new regulations, she continued, are a component of continuous efforts to protect against security threats.

Companies like video security equipment manufacturers Dahua Technology and Hangzhou Hikvision are also impacted by the regulation. The FCC announced on Friday that it was also looking for feedback on potential actions involving current authorizations. The major three state-owned mobile carriers in China have had their operations restricted by the US due to concerns about national security.



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