Due to the impact of a U.S. sanctions policy, there is a serious shortage of computer equipment required by local schools in the United States, and the gap has reached as much as 5 million, cctv.com quoted the associated press as saying. Behind the five million order gap is the fact that five million students have been unable to go to school. The White House has been waving a sanction stick for a month, but it has not expected that it will eventually suffer. This sanction has already harmed American students who are in urgent need of computers. It is reported that the US sanctions come from 11 Chinese enterprises, including many enterprises that provide parts or processing services for computer giants such as Lenovo and HP. The White House’s policy is part of its foreign policy. He believes that American students should use computers made in the United States. But the reality is that there are no decent computer processing enterprises in China. A month after the ban, there was a chain reaction. For large computer companies, their original supply chain has been interrupted and production lines need to be rearranged. However, in a short period of time, where to find qualified suppliers, so there is inevitably a large area of shortage in the market. According to the incomplete statistics of the associated press, the gap has reached 5 million, and there is no hope of alleviation. To make matters worse, the beginning of the autumn school season is coming, and many students have not yet received their ordered computers. We can all learn from the news that the current epidemic situation in the United States is still deteriorating, so many schools choose to start school online. But if you want to teach online for students, you need a lot of computer equipment, including laptops, cameras and other equipment. However, companies in many industries have been sanctioned by the United States, resulting in many schools failing to buy the computers they want. If the problem is not solved before the beginning of school, it will affect the learning plan of millions of students. What’s worse, the shortage is still growing. California Department of education spokesman tighbon told reporters that Lenovo, which contacted the government department, told them that it had already overstocked 3 million notebook orders waiting to be delivered due to supply chain problems. HP, another industry giant, was also reported to owe an order of 1.7 million laptops. In response to this query, HP neither denied nor confirmed, but repeatedly stressed that it would try its best to meet the needs of all customers. At present, schools all over the world hope that the White House can solve the dilemma they are facing, because most of the students who lack notebook and other class equipment have poor families. Originally, this group has very few educational resources, but now they are facing the problem of notebook shortage. But judging from the current situation, it is very unlikely that trump will respond to their voice. Starting with the White House policy. The trump administration has been asking school districts to start school offline rather than distance. In order to achieve this goal, trump does not hesitate to threaten many publicly funded public schools. If they don’t follow the White House’s advice and choose distance classes, the White House will stop subsidizing them. < / P > < p > some even suspect that trump chose to sanction these enterprises before the start of the school season because they could not buy computers, so that they could only choose to go back to the classroom. Combined with the current shortage of computers, we have to say that there is such a possibility. For trump, who is in the run-up to the election, it is very important to get students back to the classroom, because it is the first step in the economic recovery. Only when the children return to school can their parents return to normal work. When people get back to work, there is hope for the economy to pick up. If this conjecture is true, the five million children who can’t get computers may fall victim to the game between the school and the government, because they may not be able to attend school on time. Huawei has finally made a choice! Xiaomi and ov have also followed up. Have you ever thought about today?