Secretary Ross Adds 46 Subsidiaries to Huawei “Entity List” – Grants 90-Day Window for U.S. Companies to Withdraw…

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross appears with Maria Bartiromo to discuss the security concerns around Chinese company Huawei and technology products designed to extract intelligence and data.  [Details of Commerce Announcement Follow Video]

Secretary Ross explains the Commerce Department decision to add 46 new Huawei subsidiaries to the restricted entity list requiring U.S. companies to apply for temporary licenses for Huawei purchases.  Due to the potential security ramifications the Commerce Dept. is giving U.S. companies 90-days (under Temporary General Licenses) to find alternate suppliers before all commercial engagement is halted.

WASHINGTON – Today, the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) of the U.S. Department of Commerce identified 46 additional Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. affiliates that require inclusion on the Entity List, as part of a routine review of all Entity Listings.

Since May, the Department has added over one hundred persons or organizations to the Entity List in connection to Huawei. The new restrictions on these affiliates are effective today, August 19th.

BIS has also announced that it will extend the Temporary General License (TGL) authorizing specific, limited engagements in transactions involving the export, reexport, and transfer of items – under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) – to Huawei and its non-U.S. affiliates which are subject to the Entity List.

The continuation of the TGL is intended to afford consumers across America the necessary time to transition away from Huawei equipment, given the persistent national security and foreign policy threat. This license will be effective on August 19, 2019 and last an additional 90 days.

“As we continue to urge consumers to transition away from Huawei’s products, we recognize that more time is necessary to prevent any disruption,” said Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross. “Simultaneously, we are constantly working at the Department to ensure that any exports to Huawei and its affiliates do not violate the terms of the Entity Listing or Temporary General License.”

Outside of the scope of the TGL, any exports, reexports, or in-country transfers of items subject to the EAR will continue to require a license granted after a review by BIS under a presumption of denial.

Huawei was added to the Entity List after the Department concluded that the company is engaged in activities that are contrary to U.S. national security or foreign policy interests, including alleged violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), conspiracy to violate IEEPA by providing prohibited financial services to Iran, and obstruction of justice in connection with the investigation of those alleged violations of U.S. sanctions, among other illicit activities.

The Bureau of Industry and Security’s mission is to advance U.S. national security and foreign policy objectives by ensuring an effective export control and treaty compliance system and promoting continued U.S. strategic technology leadership.

BIS is committed to preventing U.S.-origin items from supporting Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) projects, terrorism, or destabilizing military modernization programs. (link)

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45 Responses to Secretary Ross Adds 46 Subsidiaries to Huawei “Entity List” – Grants 90-Day Window for U.S. Companies to Withdraw…

  1. I love this Administration! REAL Men on the job that know what the heck they are doing.

    God Bless President Trump!

    Liked by 22 people

    • ann says:

      Secretary Ross explains quite well. I do confess former confusion.

      This administration is exceptionally skilled at educating voters about the criticality of economics for a healthy cohesive society and robust national security.

      In truth, often my eyes cross while deciphering technology, admin regulations, law & trade issues. Aye, and Monetary policy too.

      never w Wilbur, no longer does my head hang in ignorant shame.

      Love his calm voice, He makes the indigestible palatable. .

      🖥 👀🗯💡

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      • chinstrap says:

        Agreed.

        Ann, I think that part of your past confusion has been because of deliberate attempts by so called ‘experts’ to obfuscate issues with technical language. This unsavory behavior is particularly true of heinous Keynesean economists who want to drape their so-called expertise in a fog of mystery to keep people confused. Most ‘economists’ don’t want people to understand what compound interest debt slavery is (ex: never seeming to be able to get ahead of interest on credit card debt). This is on purpose.

        Every field of study has its own technical terms that are a sort of shorthand for the profession. Some people are interested and capable of making the complex understandable; Sundance is willing to do this for us when he does legal analysis. Consider people like Sundance a foreign language translator. Wilbur does this as well with econ issues.

        It’s always a pleasure to watch Wilbur with Maria. She gets ‘it’.

        So grateful that Trump has people like Wilbur going to bat for the American people. To paraphrase Joe ‘Hair Sniffer’ Biden: “It’s a big friggin’ deal.”

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        • ann says:

          Aye.

          I deftly avoided economics past my general survey class, taken at age 16. Lol.

          But I smelled a rat from the get go w free trade!
          A shady scheme that proposed to lift the teeming billions out of dire poverty by wage levelling. Didn’t bode well for our working classes.
          The inspirational rhetoric laid it on thick, but no novice to turgid, obtuse theory, Hardened in the stormy seas of upper academia, & field work confirmed my skepticism with Internationalist globalism. Centralisation & Concentration of power upwards, we loose.

          One would think social sciences, esp political derivatives of Marxism, would admit group deviance & social regression indicators link w economic health

          But NO, politics prevail over intellectual honesty.
          Long ago, ex of duplicitous research solemnly cited for decade by Uniparty
          assertion: open, unlimited migration does not depress hourly wages in lower income classes of US citizens.
          And
          Citizens flight from middle America’s industrial blight to coastal urban zones does not result in raised incomes.
          From this data set,an irrational, but politically aligned posit was drawn: flooded labour markets, ie supply and demand, are null factors in wages, class mobility, etc in working & underemployed sectors. I got mad!

          Unbelievably, this sweeping conclusion was drawn from samples and factor analysis restricted to Rust Belt & LA populations.

          Nor are evolutionary traits, such as aggression, family bonding, or the built in drives of males to be providers, innovators, protectors and community stabilisers usually identified in quantitative research, as droning on about structural factors provides durable, insatiable grievance based talking points for progressives.
          Sorry, I digress, the aggravation, you know

          I’m a Hayak fan. Got it from my parents.

          Nonconformity ‘s a bit lonely in my grove , but one cannot unknow history.

          if given provocation, to disrupt & topple power holders. of innumerable disputes with professors, colleagues and peers, began starting in

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  2. Elric VIII says:

    How appropriate! The Chinese are suffering death by a thousand cuts. Only President Trump would have thought of the old Chinese torture for use against them. So far, it seems to be working very well. I wonder if Chairman Xi appreciates the irony?

    Liked by 13 people

  3. Nigella says:

    That will disappoint the media… They had this whole story already written how Trump “caved” to China

    Liked by 7 people

  4. littleanniefannie says:

    Wilburine takes a bite out of crime!!

    Liked by 12 people

  5. Bob says:

    The Democrats can’t do this kind of work because they have to do everything backhanded so they can get deals for themselves. They don’t even know what a straight deal is if it came up and bit them on the ass.

    Liked by 6 people

  6. Right to reply says:

    Trying to get the list of names, but won’t load. Anyone else having problems?

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  7. hoghead says:

    But…but…the Chinese communist bloodtubs mean us no harm…[s/off]

    Liked by 1 person

  8. tax2much says:

    Each of those subsidiaries is probably tied to a Democrat congress critter.

    Liked by 10 people

  9. nbkilgore says:

    The day POTUS took office, many have come and gone, but this core group of Wolverines have stood through thick and thin. Very proud of our wolverines for having our President’s back, unlike the Mooch and others! Like you said Sundance, get on the Trump train and hang on for dear life and what a hell of ride we’ve been on white knuckles n all! KAG 2020!

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  10. We have categorically failed to pay attention to how our computer hardware and software is being produced. Instead, we committed John Ruskin’s error of “considering price alone.” Chinese manufacturers promise to build “for less,” and non-immigrant visa holders are much “cheaper” programmers than are American citizens.

    “What Fools These Mortals Be!”
    – Puck, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”

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  11. Johnny Bravo says:

    Ross Perot may have coined the phrase “that great sucking sound…” in relation to NAFTA,

    But there is now a new phrase, courtesy of Wilbur Ross.

    “That great farting sound is coming from China…”

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Pa Hermit says:

    Do we need any more evidence of Divine Intervention with PDJT? Kind of scary where we may well be if Hillary had won!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Pa Hermit says:

      What’s scarier is we wouldn’t even realize it if indeed it happened! I’m sure the picture would’ve been painted much rosier! Thank You Heavenly Father for this deed not accomplished!

      Liked by 11 people

      • Daniel M. Camac says:

        Pa Hermit, Where be you? I’m in West Chester PA although I have an allegiance to Northern Delaware. Got a cousin near Lake Pocono and “relatives’ in Atlas, Shamokin and Mt. Carmel with 2nd cousins in Tamaqua and way out in Finleyville south of the Steel City.

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  13. KingBroly says:

    Over the past couple of weeks the MSM were wringing their hands, hoping that the administration would reverse course on Huawei. Today: ‘eh…we’re adding a few more to that list.’

    Liked by 7 people

  14. jimboct says:

    Is been said that Good for Dems = Bad for America. Now we should Include. Media wants it = Bad for America.

    Liked by 7 people

  15. Larry says:

    Now this is elegance in motion. Donald is peeling back the lid while inducing action that indirectly warns against movement against Hong Kong.

    This is true global leadership.

    Liked by 7 people

  16. 335blues says:

    Good.
    Now issue a 25% across the board tariff
    on all goods from communist china
    upon entry into America.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. California Joe says:

    Maybe President Trump will offer to buy Hong Kong and take it off their hands! One less problem for Xi to have to deal with. No?

    Liked by 1 person

  18. MicD says:

    Does Xi play golf?

    Yet?

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  19. deplorable says:

    If Huwai is a communist state owned or state subsidized company then it is simply unfair to allow them unfettered access to free markets where the companies they are competing against are neither state owned nor state subsidized.

    Liked by 2 people

    • ann says:

      Yes, and EU as well.
      A puzzling question.
      Napoleon imposed an EU protomodel. A bureaucratic lobster trap backed up with a centralised police state. The Dutch got real disgruntled about it.

      Seems to me there was a big war about it, round bout 1810-15?
      I dunno, tho.
      Lol

      Like

  20. Perot Conservative says:

    46 affiliates?

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  21. ooicu812 says:

    The US shouldn’t do ANY business with communist countries. Especially China.

    Like

  22. ooicu812 says:

    Huawei IS a communist Chinese company that threatens anyone’s security Huawei 5G is a machine to machine manipulation and a security threat to all electrical. . Utilities, & military systems.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. no-nonsense-nancy says:

    Thank you, Sundance. I know so little about the electronic world. You and the Wolverine explain it so well for me.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. omyword says:

    What I have seen. If you notice, ever since the trde dispute with china, the tariffs….. we have seen Iran doing its little stupid dance, then Tru-duh meeting with pelosi bemoaning his trade condumdrim, then we’ve seen the Hong Kong issue….not saying its legit, but the bill prompting this situations timing is interesting, then the massing at the borders and the violence. Something else is happening most are not aware of. Now my wife and I live in the Philippines. Since this has started, china has started its taking over of the West Philippine sea. They have run over and destroyed a Filipino fishing boat, its on video and now they are crusing their Navy warships through Philippine waters. This is a bullying tactic we have been seeing from them for 4 years. They are geting worse.

    China and other entities are trying to get POTUS to bite at the bait. I dont know what rap is being set but it very much appears china is acting as it were a cornered beast and will do whatever it has to do to get out of its corner. We have our eyes on this. Pray for peace.

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    • Baby Hurley says:

      You’re right…they are definitely backed into a corner now. Many CTH readers believe that China is the fuel source for all swamp debauchery in the US and possibly the root of most Global unrest elsewhere. This could explain why PDJT seams to be content with staying out of the DOJ’s way domestically and laser focused on putting communist China out of business. After China falls, the swamp may just vaporize out of existence.🙏

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  25. Daniel M. Camac says:

    Wilburine saying “A tweet is a very powerful statement” made me gaggle so hard my beauette thought I had a medical emergency. Haha! I’d love to shake our SOC’s hand and give him a hug and I’d like to thank Maria for letting him speak and being one of the few Fox correspondents still asking (not interrupting) their guest’s interviews. Wow. So refreshing.

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