On Wednesday, U.S. government had filed a motion asking for dismissal of a lawsuit, that was filed by the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, that claimed US had acted unlawfully, when it blacklisted the products of Huawei.
In early March, Huawei sued U.S. government, through a complaint filed in the federal court in Texas, quoting that a law has limiting its American business, was merely unconstitutional.
Huawei has been a bone of contention, in the ongoing trade war, between the United States and the China that has not even hit the Huawei but hung over the financial markets, over the uncertainty of the matter, as in a recent move President Donald Trump also agreeing to loosen the restrictions on Huawei, after a meeting with the Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Group of 20 summit.
According to Trump administration officials, the top representatives of both countries are organizing, to resume the talks until next week.
U.S. government said on Wednesday, the license requests from U.S. companies, who are seeking to import products to Huawei were being reviewed, because the company was still blacklisted, “under the highest national security scrutiny.”