The U.S. Department of Commerce announced that Huawei is giving an additional 45 days for the temporary general license, which allows it to do business with US companies.
According to the statement from the US Department of Commerce, a new period has been given for the temporary license, which includes transactions such as product export and transfer to China's technology company Huawei. The company, which was sanctioned by the country's administration on the grounds that it endangered the national security of the USA, was granted a 3-month temporary license by the Ministry of Commerce on August 19, then the term of the license was extended by 90 days on November 18, 2019.
With the new decision taken by the ministry, Huawei and its affiliates were given another 45 days to do business with US companies.
Meanwhile, the U.S. Department of Justice made two new charges today about stealing trade secrets about Huawei and its two US subsidiaries. The company was charged with blackmail and conspiracy to steal trade secrets.