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U.S. is expected to grant to Ascend a 90-day license extension on Monday: sources

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trumpet of the administration is to have a 90-day extension of a license agreement on Monday allowing AMERICAN companies to do business with China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL], two sources familiar with the discussions said.

FILE PHOTO: mobile phone Huawei brand logo located above a shop, the telecommunications equipment maker, in Beijing, China, on March 7, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter/File Photo

Reuters reported on Friday that the first expansion will take about two weeks, it was expected, and that a longer extension was in the works, but that it had not yet been completed, due to legal restrictions. Over the weekend, with the Home administration of the plan has changed and it is now planning to extend the temporary prolongation for the same period in the last 90 days, and in August, the sources said.

After the arrival of the Smartphone in an economic black-list in May, citing national security concerns, the U.s. Commerce Department has allowed for the purchase of certain U.s.-made goods in a move aimed at minimising the disruption for customers, many of which will work with the networks in the rural areas of the united states.

The expansion will be announced Monday, when the earlier postponement of the execution was set to expire, the sources said. The sources declined to be identified, and if the extension has not been publicly announced.

A spokesman for Huawei, the world’s biggest maker of telecom-network equipment, said Friday the company doesn’t comment on rumors and speculation. The Commerce Department declined to comment.

The Minister of commerce Wilbur Ross told Fox Business Network on Friday that some of the national carriers, it must have a temporary license, and subject to the Huawei mobile 3G and 4G networks.

“There have been plenty of problems with the telephone service in the rural communities, and we don’t want to knock them out. So, it is one of the main purposes of a temporary general license, it is for this country the boys continue to work,” he said.

The development comes in the midst of talks between the United States and China, aimed at coming to an initial agreement to resolve a trade war that has lasted for more than a year ago.

In a “black list” drawn up by Huawei, the U.S. government said that it had a reasonable basis on which to conclude that Huawei was engaged in activities that are contrary to U.S. national security and foreign policy interests.” Huawei, the allegations have repeatedly been denied.

Last week, Attorney-General, William Barr, said Huawei and ZTE Corp. (a). “do not rely”, as he backed a proposal to bar U.S. rural wireless carriers, the taps of the $8.5 billion the government established a fund for the purchase of equipment or services provided by them.

In May, the President when He signed an executive order declaring a national state of emergency and a blockage of the AMERICAN companies in the use of telecom equipment made by the companies a national security risk. The us Department of Commerce, and was directed to the preparation of a block plan, in mid-October, but it has not yet been published.

The Department of Commerce is considering whether to grant individual licenses for U.S. companies to sell component parts to the Smartphone, after it received more than 200 applications. Any action that is to be expected on a Monday.

Reports David Shepardson. Editing by Lincoln Feast.

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