China is now estimated to account for 35 per cent of 5G standard-essential patent declarations, about 15 per cent of which come from Huawei Technologies. By comparison, US companies’ share is estimated at roughly 13 per cent. Photo: Reuters China is now estimated to account for 35 per cent of 5G standard-essential patent declarations, about 15 per cent of which come from Huawei Technologies. By comparison, US companies’ share is estimated at roughly 13 per cent. Photo: Reuters
China is now estimated to account for 35 per cent of 5G standard-essential patent declarations, about 15 per cent of which come from Huawei Technologies. By comparison, US companies’ share is estimated at roughly 13 per cent. Photo: Reuters

US tech firms to remain involved with Huawei on 5G standards as Washington eases hard line

  • The Trump administration announced a rule change on Monday that ensures US tech firms can work with Huawei in international 5G standards-development activities
  • That marked a rare move from Washington to allow continued cooperation with Huawei, which was put on the US trade blacklist last year

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China is now estimated to account for 35 per cent of 5G standard-essential patent declarations, about 15 per cent of which come from Huawei Technologies. By comparison, US companies’ share is estimated at roughly 13 per cent. Photo: Reuters China is now estimated to account for 35 per cent of 5G standard-essential patent declarations, about 15 per cent of which come from Huawei Technologies. By comparison, US companies’ share is estimated at roughly 13 per cent. Photo: Reuters
China is now estimated to account for 35 per cent of 5G standard-essential patent declarations, about 15 per cent of which come from Huawei Technologies. By comparison, US companies’ share is estimated at roughly 13 per cent. Photo: Reuters
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