On Tuesday, a senior American government official said that the American government was “under assessment” for its policy that required to allow enterprises to ship some U.S. technology to Huawei, a communications services manufacturing company in China that has been blacklisted. The policy allowed for some technology exports from the United States to China.

“A new licensing rule of the past administration still stands for Huawei that allows things below 5G, below cloud level, to go,” U.S. Commerce Department executive Alan Estevez, who regulates export control policy, said during a Public hearing. Estevez is in charge of making sure export laws are followed.

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