The ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China looks to be having especially drastic consequences for Huawei Technologies. The company not only lost 5G equipment contracts in several countries and can no longer buy hardware and software from U.S.-based companies, but its HiSilicon subsidiary lost access to semiconductor manufacturing starting September 13, which to a large degree stops its chip business. 

But an analyst believes that demise of HiSilicon’s chips operations might actually be a good thing. 

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