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China's Huawei sues the US, claiming it shouldn't be blocked from selling to federal government


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SOURCE: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/07/huawei-sues-the-us-over-ban-preventing-it-from-selling-its-equipment.html
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Keep Me Logged InHuawei is suing the U.S. over a law that bans government agencies from buying the Chinese technology giant's equipment, claiming the legislation is unconstitutional, as the company goes on the front foot following months of political pressure.The lawsuit, which was filed on Thursday local time, focuses on a provision in a law known as the National Defense Authorization Act. Section 889 of that legislation prohibits executive government agencies from procuring telecommunications hardware made by Huawei and another Chinese firm, ZTE. The company's lawyers also argued that Section 889 is unlawful because it violates Huawei's right to due process, meaning the firm cannot hear the evidence against it and fight that in court.Huawei's legal team is essentially arguing that, by including the provision in the legislation and banning the company's sales to federal agencies in law, Congress is unconstitutionally acting as a judiciary.The federal district court where the lawsuit is filed will make a decision on whether Huawei's lawsuit will hold.

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