Google reportedly suspends some business with Huawei following Trump executive order banning kit in US

First reported by Reuters.
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Huawei Middle East president Charles Yang on stage at the 2019 SAMENA Leaders' Summit in Dubai.

Google has reportedly suspended some business with Huawei following US president Donald Trump's executive order banning US companies from using Huawei kit.

Reuters reported the news on May 19.

Accoridng to Reuters, Google suspended doing business with Huawei that "requires the transfer of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses."

Earlier in May, US president Donald Trump issued an executive order banning US companies from using Huawei kit over fears of spying.

Huawei and Chinese state media have vehemently denied the allegations.

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