March 25 local time,The deadline for public consultation on Huawei's temporary general license (TGL) will be postponed from March 25 to April 22, according to a notice issued by the Department of Commerce's Bureau of industry and security.
The BIS is seeking proposals to study the possible extension of the provisional generic licence of the Huawei and its non-United States affiliates on the entity list, according to the statement, while the decision of the United States Department of Commerce to extend Huawei provisional generic licence early this month until 15 May 2020 remains in force.
This is the fifth time that the US has delayed the ban on Huawei.
Huawei and its affiliates were listed by the United States on 15 May 2019
Under the temporary general license, the United States amended the export administration regulations (ear) to allow certain products and technologies to continue to be exported and transferred to Huawei, including its non-U.S. affiliates.
But that doesn't mean the U.S. will let Huawei go. In factAnd just in the middle of this month, US President Donald Trump has just signed a bill that would ban U.S. telecom operators from using government funds to buy Huawei and ZTE's network equipment.