U.S. telecommunications companies are pushing the Trump administration to move quickly on applications seeking exemptions to Huawei’s blacklisting, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said in a Fox News interview on Tuesday.
“Their only real ask was that as we’ve opened up the non-national security aspects of selling equipment to Huawei, that we can speed it up a little bit, that the Commerce Department will process applications so they can speed things up,” Kudlow told Fox.
Kudlow made the comments one day after executives from a number of top tech companies attended a meeting at the White House to discuss the issue.
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