US President Donald Trump has said he allows US companies to continue to deal with Huawei, in a clear concession after initial discussions with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

The US Department of Commerce listed Huawei blacklisted last month, meaning that US companies are not allowed to sell their components and technologies to the Chinese company without a license, although many companies have circumvented the ban in several ways. Trump's remarks come as Hu and Xi Jinping agreed to hold a trade truce during the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan on Friday.

"I've agreed to let our companies - as you know, jobs - and I like our companies to sell things to other people, so let it happen," the US president told a news conference at the G20 summit in Japan. This is very complicated and not easy - these are not easy things to do. "

"There are very few companies able to do this, but with a huge amount of money. Our companies were very upset, and these companies are big companies that we all know. But they were not quite happy about it. But we allow it because it was not relevant to national security. " As a result, Donald Trump has now allowed US companies to resume trading with US companies.

Donald Trump's comments appear to contradict the ban imposed by the US Department of Commerce, and refused to confirm that Huawei will be officially removed from the black list. Huawei will become a new topic at the end of the new trade talks with China. "Huawei is a complicated situation, we are finally allowing the company, and we will see where to go with the trade agreement," he said.

When pressed to answer whether Huawei would be removed from the blacklist, Donald Trump replied: "I do not want to talk about it now, we look at it very carefully. Huawei plays a big role in relation to our country and in terms of intelligence and intelligence community. We know a lot about Huawei, but do not want to mention it now, I just think it is inappropriate. We are not making it other than what I told you ... we will postpone this until later. "

Huawei has been banned by Washington on the basis of national security concerns, and the company is a tool to ease the trade dispute between China and the United States of America. Huawei previously said its blacklisting would hurt billions of consumers and deny it poses a threat to national security.

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