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  • Huawei just caught a break: The US government has temporarily loosened restrictions so that Huawei can help its existing customers

    Huawei has had its restrictions around conducting business in the US scaled back. Last week, the US Commerce Department added Huawei to an "entity list" that blacklisted the company from buying parts from US businesses without government approval. The restrictions on Huawei have been reduced so the Chinese company is able to work with its existing cell phone customers in the US. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The US Commerce Department on Monday created a temporary general...

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  • Now we know why SpaceX is suing the US government

    SpaceX's rivals just blew the cover off the rocket company's secretive lawsuit against the US government. Blue Origin, Northrop Grumman and United Launch Alliance all received Air Force contracts in October in response to the government's request for Launch Service Agreement proposals, or LSAs, which are worth hundreds of millions of dollars. SpaceX did not receive an LSA contract. Those awards are at the heart of SpaceX's new lawsuit, and they want to be involved in the proceedings to protect...

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  • Now we know why SpaceX is suing the US government

    SpaceX's rivals just blew the cover off the rocket company's secretive lawsuit against the US government.

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  • Ren Zhengfei says US government 'underestimates' Huawei

    A dispute over Huawei has escalated with implications for the firm, the tech sector and consumers.

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  • US government to limit trade restrictions on Huawei to prevent disruptions

    The US government is preparing to rollback some of its planned restrictions on Huawei as the blacklisting of the Chinese telecoms giant would bring the servicing of its current customers to a halt.

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  • A 90-day reprieve from the US government helps Huawei avert almost certain disaster

    This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. In the wake of the US Commerce Department's decision to place Huawei on an "Entity List," which prevents US companies from selling components to the Chinese telecom without a government license, the agency has issued a 90-day "temporary general license" to allow some companies to continue working...

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  • Huawei has been blacklisted by the US government. Here's what happened to the last Chinese tech company that got the 'death penalty.'

    Chinese telecoms company Huawei has been banned from accessing parts of Google's Android mobile operating system after the US government placed the company on a trade blacklist.  The Android operating system plays a significant part in Huawei's smartphone business as the second-largest smartphone maker in the world. Chine telecoms company ZTE was previously blacklisted by the US government after it was discovered the company violated existing sanctions against North Korea and Iran.  Eventually,...

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