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At the G20 summit, Trump said his US can sell its technologies to Huawei provided they/it don't harm US national security.|
Now why would US technology companies all along have been selling their products to Huawei if it has been harming US national security? Has there been any real evidence it has?
In fact, most of the components in Huawei's handphones for instance are made by US companies. Importantly, they include the cybersecurity softwares made and supplied by US companies (but certainly not those of the ten backdoors found installed in the US' own earlier Cisco's networks).
Is the US now saying its own products are suspect to itself just because they are incorporated in an offshore assembly line?
Shooting one's own foot and risking loss of Huawei's one-third of the USD300 Billion/year China's chip buying markets is hardly conducive to pain relief for that matter reduction of trade deficits.
Reflect harder, why would Huawei or even China harm US national security when the US is a Huawei and China customer, business partner and innovation co-worker for products made by US companies and their China joint-ventures on China soil?
After all, isn't technology business a long-term enterprise that constantly strives for the lowest potential well of costs to achieve the highest potential height of functionalities in order to enthuse an increasingly discriminating global customer base integrated more and more day after day across borders against the backdrop of trust deficit reduction, cooperation surplus construction, and better-tomorrow-for-all value-adding creation? (tag and tab this)
Isn't technology today the new utopian tool to change the world for the better in the face of growing populations and diminishing resources?
Which is why what Navarro said after Trump's muttering on Huawei is puzzling. Opportunist that he has now revealed himself to be, he said it is now alright to supply low-end US chips to Huawei.
Hasta la vista, isn't that insulting US users of Huawei's smartphones that they should be contented with low-end US chips when Huawei has been constantly innovating to design abd make better and higher-performing technology products in keeping with the mantra of technology industries throughout the world that has made it today the world's biggest technology powerhouse?
Maybe he will next retort he had intended low-end US chips would be good enough for other, non-US, consumers in the other 152 countries.
This guy from the nest of US anti-China hawks doesn't even understand trade let alone the essence of the technology industries of the world and he is still trying to peddle his book for pocket money.
He should consult the other one, Gordon Chang, whether it could be his own psychological weakness, having experienced a robbery in his house by a non-Chinese Asian before that has turned him so against China on trumped-up hormones.
But it would be a stretch to expect this half-baked, warbling, archaeopteryx specimen of an academic to more aptly retitle his book Death-By-US Hawks instead.
One reckons the new edition could, as the author's personal redemption, talk about how China surveillance and drone technologies can be more than welcomed next because they can be used to stop fringed lunatics mowing down US schoolkids with self-loading extended-magazine submachine guns. Not as the UK PM had alluded they would create an orwellian state when his own London is hypocritically festered with the most CCTVs.
What's with all these anglo-saxons? Mischief makers in the march of global history.