The Chinese group Huawei has decided to cancel the launch of a new Matebook laptop due to restrictions on the purchase of components that may suffer after the veto dictated by the Administration of Donald Trump.

Huawei’s chief consumer operations officer, Richard Yu, announced Wednesday to CNBC that the computer may never see the light of day if it remains blacklisted after the 90-day transitional period.

This decision is the first tangible setback for Huawei following the U.S. Department of Commerce’s decision to prohibit U.S. companies from selling components to the Chinese group on suspicion that it could be used in espionage.

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