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Intel Cut Huawei Dealings But Believes Blacklisting Was Unfair
By Marvie Chorawan-Basilan
Jun 12, 2019 05:19 PM

An Intel executive has spoken up about the Huawei blacklisting that forced many companies to cut ties with the Chinese tech giant. It appears that even if the firm reduced dealings with the Honor maker, it is convinced there should have been a different approach.

Deputy General Counsel and Vice President of Intel's Law and Policy Group, Peter Cleveland, argued that the White House can explore other options towards its concerns about Huawei.

For Cleveland, there is a "positive way and the informative way" to help Huawei abide by the U.S. government's business and security demands. He said a "more constructive approach" was better "rather than a sledgehammer approach that wipes out their business here."

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