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Huawei crackdown

Huawei calls for talks with Biden administration on trade ban

Supply chain access is Chinese tech titan's 'priority,' says US-based vice president

Huawei is hoping for "adjustments and issuing of temporary general licenses" to allow its U.S. suppliers to continue selling to the company, said Tim Danks, a vice president at Huawei Technologies USA. (Source photo by Reuters) 

PALO ALTO, U.S. -- Chinese telecom giant Huawei is hoping to hold talks with the Biden administration "separately" from Beijing to resolve issues including the U.S. export ban on the company and the detention of its CFO Meng Wanzhou.

"We want to have a discussion [with the U.S. administration] separately from the Chinese government. We don't want to be lumped into that discussion," Tim Danks, vice president of risk management and partner relations at Huawei Technologies USA, told Nikkei Asia on Thursday.

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