According to The New York Times, the deal collapsed after a group of USA lawmakers voiced concerns about a potential deal between Huawei and an American firm to sell products in the states in a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). A copy of the letter was seen by Reuters.
Media speculation alleged that the company is in talks to release its Huawei Mate 10 Pro in sales through the AT&T operator.
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"We win the trust of the Chinese carriers, we win the trust of the emerging markets. and also we win the trust of the global carriers, all the European and Japanese carriers", he said.
The flagship Mate 10 Pro that was to be introduced is Huawei's most high-end product to date, equipped with its own AI-powered chips that Huawei says process data much faster than those used by Apple and Samsung.
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AT&T has been pressed to give up the deal after 18 US Senate and US Intelligence Committee members have signed a letter to regulators expressing concerns about Chinese companies' engagement in the US telecommunications sector.
In 2012, said Chinese telecom firms Huawei and ZTE should be barred from any mergers and acquisitions because the two firms posed a security threat to the US. It was launched in Europe in October with a price tag of 799 euros ($955). "Our newest consumer solution, the HUAWEI Mate 10 Pro, is the smartphone that USA consumers need and deserve", he continued.
Conaway's bill cites all the money quotes from past government reports, including the 2011 Congressional investigation that led to the 2012 bill, a U.S. China Commission that found ZTE, Huawei and others are "directly subject to direction by the Chinese Communist Party", and comments from former Central Intelligence Agency head General Michael Hayden who claimed Huawei had '"shared with the Chinese state intimate and extensive knowledge of foreign telecommunications systems it is involved with".
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Noting that while bilateral trade has increased manifold over the years, Juster said that there is still plenty of room to grow.