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the US might be scaling back its restrictions on Wall way a spokesman for the commerce department told Reuters is considering ten free licenses for the Chinese companies existing clients it comes just days after a blacklisting which would have made it almost impossible for quality to service those customers these potential licenses would allow while way to buy American pots for existing contracts while keeping a ban on pots for new products U. S. supplies would still need set put licenses to do new business with the company which the comma spokeswoman said would be extremely difficult to obtain Friday's news suggest as concerns the changes took while we supply chain might have far reaching an unintended consequences ons of seventy billion dollars while we spent on buying components last year around eleven billion went to US fans including Qualcomm Intel and micron technology Huawei didn't immediately respond to a request for comment the U. S. police were always smart phones and network equipment could be used by China to spy on Americans why wait has repeatedly denied those allegations the latest move comes as China strikes a more aggressive tone in its trade war with the United States and Beijing is suggested over exemption in talks would be meaningless unless Washington changed course