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Honor Could Face US Sanctions Again

At the end of 2020, Huawei sold its mobile brand Honor to avoid problems with US sanctions.

Huawei’s decision was justified because Honor gained access to chips and other key components from US companies such as Qualcomm and Intel.

Similarly, Google services also returned to Honor phones, but now it seems that the era of difficulties for Honor is about to begin again.

According to the Washington Post, four federal agencies met last week to include Honor in the US Commerce Department’s antitrust list.

If Honor’s name becomes part of the list, it will be banned from working with US companies like Huawei.

The report added that the Pentagon and the Department of Energy supported the listing, but the Commerce Department and the State Department opposed it.

Due to this deadlock, the decision will now be made by the political representatives of these institutions and if they cannot do so, then the matter will be presented to President Joe Biden.

The US Department of Commerce declined to comment on the report.

But in order to persuade the companies to include Honor in the list, they have to prove that the company is a threat to American security.

Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.

The US decided to blacklist Huawei on the basis of 5G network and one thing is that Honor’s products are not available in the US.

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