[size=36]America has shrunk some of the restrictions on Huawei[/size]
spokesman for the US Commerce Department said that the ministry has shrunk soon restrictions on China 's Huawei Technologies Co. , after the imposition of restrictions upon last week that it becomes almost impossible for Huawei to buy manufactured goods in the United States.
The ministry may soon issue a temporary general license to give companies and people with Huawei devices an opportunity to maintain the credibility of their communications networks and equipment, the spokeswoman said.
The potential public license would not apply to new transactions and would last for 90 days, the spokeswoman said.
A spokesman for Huawei did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
On Thursday, the Ministry of Commerce added a list of companies banned from doing business with US companies without a license.
The list identifies companies that are believed to be involved in activities that are contrary to national security or foreign policy interests of the United States.
Potential beneficiaries of temporary licensing may be Internet service providers and mobile phones in areas with small populations such as Wyoming and East Oregon, which have purchased network equipment from Huawei in recent years.