Donald Trump In the last days of his term as President of the United States, he made the decision to appoint him Xiaomi The US Department of Defense is blacklisted, preventing US entities from investing in a Chinese company, while those who own some shares were forced to dump it by November this year. However, this is not the worst-case scenario in the case of Huawei, which, with a few exceptions, prohibits cooperation with companies from United States of America. The reason for Xiaomi’s entry into the list was to cooperate with the army of the Middle Kingdom, although it revealed the information from the suit to the authorities It was all about a bonus China awarded it to the owner of Xiaomi. However, the company did not lay down its arms, defying the Americans’ decision before the court that made the decision.
Judge Rudolf Contreras of the US District Court found that the actions taken by the US Department of Defense were not sufficiently justified, in fact preventing it from implementing or enforcing Xiaomi’s designation as the Chinese Communist Military Corporation.
Judge Rudolph Contreras of the United States District Court concluded that the actions taken by the US Department of Defense were not sufficiently justified, in fact preventing it from “implementing or enforcing Xiaomi’s designation as the Chinese Communist Military Corporation, the limitation imposed by Executive Order No. 13959.” On American people regarding the purchase of Xiaomi stock and the requirements for the sale of stock by American people “- reads the manufacturer’s statement. Without a doubt, Xiaomi has taken a big step towards winning the entire battle, and the decision that was taken was to prevent the damage that the company might suffer as a result of being blacklisted.
At the same time, the ruling judge admitted that Xiaomi is likely to be completely acquitted of the charges against him. For now, the company is avoiding the worst-case scenario that happened in some time in the case of Huawei. Despite the efforts made, this device is still blacklisted by the U.S. Department of Commerce, which has some effect on the device’s sales results. The lack of Google services in smartphones discourages some users from using Huawei products, and the question is, will the upcoming HarmonyOS mobile system change anything in this situation?