Trump administration closing in on five Chinese companies
Trump administration closing in on five Chinese companies

The Trump administration plans to complete the regulations this week to prevent the US government from purchasing goods or services from companies that use products from five Chinese companies, including Huawei and Hikvision.

These regulations can have a profound impact on companies that sell goods or services to the United States government. Since it should be certified now, no products from Hikvision, Hinetec, Huawei, ZTE or Dahua are used.

Without the use of equipment or services in the daily operations of these five companies, without concessions from the United States government, they will not be able to sell them to the United States government.

When the White House moved, China and the United States responded to the new coronavirus, China's actions in the former British colony in Hong Kong, and the trade war in the past two years.

"Foreign opponents like China who try to infiltrate our system are at great risk," Ross Foot, Acting Director of the White House Office of Management and Budget said in a statement to Reuters.

He added: "With the full implementation of the federal government procurement ban, the Trump administration has maintained the strength of our government to deal with sinister networks such as Huawei."

According to the Government Accountability Office, the U.S. government awards contracts worth more than $ 500 billion annually. While it is not clear what regulations apply to existing contracts, this may make future contracts more difficult.

For example, during the Corona virus epidemic in April, Amazon received 1,500 cameras to measure workers' temperature.

Amazon Cloud is the prime contractor for the U.S. intelligence community and competes with Microsoft for the $ 10 billion cloud computing deal at the Pentagon.

Forgan said: The Trump administration will ask agencies to conduct a national security analysis before making concessions. This is the basis for the new provisions that are not expressly provided by Congress in the 2019 Act.

Fujin added that the deal aims to prevent government agencies from using the products of Huawei and other Chinese companies while reducing their influence. This gives the company a basic choice to do business with the US government or Chinese companies, he said.

These measures are Washington's latest measures to isolate Chinese companies. Last year, the United States placed Huawei, Hikvision, and other companies on its economic blacklist to prevent the company from purchasing parts from U.S. companies without the approval of the United States government.

On June 30, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission classified Huawei and ZTE as a threat to U.S. national security.

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