Last year, Chinese communications giant Huawei purchased more than 1 trillion yen (65.3 billion yuan) of electronic components from Japanese companies. Kyodo News Agency reported on August 20 that as the United States strengthened sanctions against Huawei, relevant Japanese manufacturers were bound to be affected. At present, Huawei’s Japanese subsidiary is trying to avoid wavering suppliers. < p > < p > < p > it was reported that Huawei Japan company commented on the issue of strengthening sanctions on the 18th, saying that “the objects are semiconductor chips, and other parts and components are not included”. According to the analysis, the move may ease the uneasiness of Japanese parts manufacturers. However, semiconductor chips are the main components of 5g smart phones. If the supply is not available, it may lead to the stagnation of mobile phone production and hit the parts manufacturers. < / P > < p > Sony, which provides “image sensors” for smartphones’ cameras, said it would “not comment on specific companies.”. And semiconductor giant Jiaxia (formerly Toshiba memory) said it was “confirming the situation.”. The purpose of Huawei’s “Anti Japanese measures” against Huawei and other companies in the United States is to block the path of Huawei’s outsourcing of chips to the United States. < p > < p > subsequently, the US State Department announced in a statement that it strongly supports the US Department of Commerce to expand the scope of its “foreign direct product rules” on the same day, so as to prevent Huawei from circumventing U.S. laws through “alternative chip production” and “using tools purchased from the United States to produce ready-made chips”.