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the US could approve licenses for companies to restart cells to walk away and as little as two weeks time thus according to US officials the world's largest telecom equipment maker was added to a U. S. black placed in may which prohibited US companies from supplying it with new American made goods , is on the sidelines of the G. twenty last month president Donald Trump announced US firms could first stop selling products to while away it was seen as a sign that trade tensions with China we easing up and brought much relief to chip makers he questioned when they could trade with while way U. S. semiconductor companies have been lobbying for Porter relief they argue Washington security goals should not undermine their ability to compete globally in recent days commerce secretary Wilbur Ross said licenses would be issued weather is nice threat to national security two US chip makers who supply quotwe told Reuters they would apply for more licenses following the comments but the US has reiterated the tech giant is still on the blacklist and relief would be temporary is also on clay which products will be granted licenses hello a spokesman said the restriction should be removed all together the company strongly denies posting any cyber security risk