All problems can be cited to the company's trade ban by the USA earlier last month.
One Huawei rep says this is a "complete misinterpretation".
Being in the "crosshairs" of the Chinese government "is a tremendous headwind and risk" for FedEx, Trip Miller, said managing partner at Memphis-based Gullane Capital Partners, which holds a FedEx position valued at roughly $7 million. Most recently, the folks at PCMag discovered another effect of the ban when trying to ship a Huawei phone from the United Kingdom to the U.S. Here's what happened.
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FedEx Corp has apologized for another Huawei delivery "mistake", reigniting Chinese ire and drawing the fire of state media which suggested the us delivery firm could end up on China's upcoming list of companies that harm national interests. The logical extension of blacklisted sales is blacklisted shipments, it would seem. Now, you might not even be able to ship a Huawei phone reliably. Although the ban was on business and not regular deliveries between two parties, FedEx has preemptively made a decision to not ship a Huawei device.
China's foreign ministry said on Monday that FedEx should offer a proper explanation. None of the executive orders against Huawei have been aimed at making it harder to ship phones into the US. If you did want to start selling Huawei phones in the USA, shipping individual units would be a pretty bad way to do it. Recently, there was a report that FedEx has refused to send a Huawei smartphone to the United States citing "government issue with Huawei and China government".
While companies like Qualcomm, Intel, and others have done their best to stand up for Huawei by arguing that mobile chips and components have little to do with national security, the reality is that the Chinese Government can use anything to spy on American citizens if it so desires. It had been shipped from China to a USA destination.
Google has stood up for Huawei by arguing that phones not running Google's Android are an even greater security risk than phones running it, but the Trump Ban still stands. The company has been quietly blacklisted by U.S. carriers for some time, but is now explicitly banned from USA networks and from partnering with United States tech companies.