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The US government asked the federal court to cancel Huawei's lawsuit

On Wednesday, the US government asked the Texas federal court to cancel Huawei's lawsuit against the US government. This lawsuit was filed by Huawei in March, accusing the action of limiting Huawei's US business to be unconstitutional.

In the new request sent, the US government said Huawei is still on the blacklist, banning cooperation with US companies. Therefore, the requirements to import Huawei products into the US should be considered under the most stringent national security control system. This means there is nothing wrong with the US restricting Huawei's business.

The request for a lawsuit has now been sent to the US District Court of East Texas, where Huawei filed their lawsuit. Still, the final verdict has not yet been made.

Huawei is a company that suffered a lot in the context of the US-China trade war escalating tension. Last weekend, after a meeting with leader Xi Jinping, Donald Trump agreed to relax the ban on Huawei. Even so, US companies have not been able to resume normal business with Huawei until the official announcement with detailed instructions from the US government.

Huawei has not given any comment on this issue.

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