Trump Wants To Ban Chinese Mobile Phone Products From Entering America

Trump Wants To Ban Chinese Mobile Phone Products From Entering America – The President of the United States, Donald Trump, is reportedly launching an executive policy to completely ban the use of technology from Chinese companies in the superpower country.

This policy is said to be absolute, using the “International Emergency Economic Powers Act”. That way, Donald Trump doesn’t need legislative approval.

This follows the issue that several Chinese companies, two of which are Huawei and ZTE, are suspected of being spies in the United States.

However, there are other considerations that complicate Donald Trump’s plans. Because the United States plans to immediately hold a 5G internet network.

Huawei and ZTE are the two companies that provide the technology. If it is blocked in the United States, this will make it difficult to implement the fifth generation network there.

US operators will not be allowed to use Huawei and ZTE technology for 5G implementation. In addition, 3G and 4G technology from Huawei and ZTE operating now in the United States are also likely to have to be replaced.

The initiation of the United States is apparently going to be followed by other countries, one of which is Britain. British Telecom has announced that it will not use 5G technology from Huawei in the United Kingdom, as the World News compiled on Friday (12/28/2018), from TrustedReviews.

Previously, last August, Donald Trump had signed a policy that prohibits government and government contractors from using technology from Huawei and ZTE. The reason is the same, considered threatening the security of the United States.

Until now the total blocking of Huawei and ZTE technology in the United States has not been officially announced. We just wait for the continuation.