Washington should remove Huawei from the Commerce Department's so-called Entity List, which effectively blacklisted the Chinese manufacturer from conducting business with US companies.
Details: Liang said on Friday at a press conference in Shenzhen that the Hongmeng OS was developed for the internet of things (IoT) devices instead of smartphones, and the company hasn't made a decision to abandon Android.
Tensions between the administration of Trump and Huawei reached their heights in May after the Department of Commerce of U.S. added Huawei to their trade blacklist, which forbids the company from purchasing any components from the companies in America without the approval of the government of United States.More news: Von der Leyen courts lawmakers in bid to become Commission chief
"Within those confines we will try to make sure that we don't just transfer revenue from the U.S.to foreign firms", said Ross.
The U.S. said it would grant licenses allowing companies to export goods to Huawei Technologies Co. but won't remove the Chinese technology giant from an export blacklist, as talks between the world's two biggest economies resumed. "Our stance is that the entity list should be lifted completely".
Trump's export curbs are a blow to US suppliers of chips and other technology for which Huawei is one of the biggest buyers.More news: Barbie Teams Up With The Late David Bowie
Liang Hua, chairman of Chinese tech giant Huawei, said on Friday the company's development is sustainable despite various obstacles and challenges it now faces. Huawei, the No. 2 global smartphone brand after Samsung, has developed its own operating system, Hongmeng, but has said so far it has no plans to use it on phones. "We still haven't decided yet".
But developing alternatives to materials that Huawei buys from American suppliers will be hard, as non-U.S. companies are also restricted when selling products to Huawei when they include similar American items.
Even before Trump's Osaka announcement, a number of American suppliers including Micron Technology Inc. and Intel Corp. had already resumed selling certain products to Huawei after concluding there are legal ways to bypass the ban.More news: Remembering the Apollo 11 moon landings 50 years on