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"We're not doing business with Huawei.": Trump

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'We're not doing business with Huawei.': Trump

"We're not doing business with Huawei.": Trump

President Donald Trump said on Friday that the United States will not be "doing business with Huawei", although that may change if a U.S.-China trade deal can be reached.

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President Donald Trump said on Friday that the United States and China were still pursuing a trade agreement but he was not ready to make a deal.

Speaking to reporters at the White House before departing for fundraisers in New York state, Trump also said the United States would continue to refrain from doing business with Chinese telecoms equipment giant Huawei Technologies .

"China wants to do something, but I'm not ready to do anything yet.

Twenty-five years of abuse - I'm not ready so fast, so we'll see how that works out." the president added.

Trump said the United States would not do business with Huawei for the time being, although that might change with a trade deal.

The U.S. Commerce Department, which had effectively banned Huawei in May from purchasing U.S. technology, software and services over national security concerns, had been considering granting some licenses for American companies to sell certain products to Huawei.




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