The Chinese tech giant lost access to the software in 2020 due to sanctions imposed by the US and saw its smartphone sales tank as a result
Huawei has been unable to acquire new integrated circuits after US trade sanctions cut-off its access to chips produced using US technology anywhere in the world
The move is an effort to bolster ASML's relations with customers like Samsung and SK Hynix in the face of new US chip sanctions against China
Britain's Trade Remedies Authority said plunging stocks from Russia, Belarus and Ukraine have created a crisis in the construction industry
The US Treasury cracked down on Hong Kong-based Lustro Industry, saying it hid its role in purchases of petrochemical products for delivery to China, plus Triliance Petrochemical
Since June 1, US shareholders have not had to divest their holdings in Huawei, SMIC and many other banned Chinese companies, but they cannot buy more shares
Chinese companies implicated in a Russian-backed oil smuggling and money laundering network to buy Iranian oil will be subject to US sanctions.
The US administration is aware that measures would have ramifications for the more than 180 countries that use Hikvision cameras
Huawei held just 6.2% of the China handset market in the first quarter, research firm Counterpoint Research said on Thursday.
TechInsights, which analyses components inside consumer electronics, sent a report to the US Commerce Department alleging the violations
Ken Hu said the company faced an even more daunting year than in 2021 from geopolitics, the pandemic, rising commodity prices and fluctuating exchange rates
Russia and China have already signalled opposition to strengthening sanctions in response to Pyongyang's launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile