For Huawei, as Samsung, SK Hynix and Meguiar stop supplying, this has also brought a lot of damage to the memory market. Yesterday, Meguiar’s financial report showed that the company had stopped shipping to China on September 14. Affected by the news, Meguiar shares fell 3.6% in after hours trading. Sanjay Mehrotra, CEO of micron, said Huawei was Meguiar’s biggest customer and the company needed time to make up for lost orders. < / P > < p > like Meguiar, due to its inability to supply to China, the rising price trend of server memory in stock will stop, and Samsung and SK Hynix are experiencing a difficult time. It is reported that Huawei has been a major customer of Samsung and SK Hynix, accounting for 3% and 12% of the sales of the two companies respectively. < / P > < p > in fact, the concerns of the above manufacturers exist, because according to the latest report of DIGITIMES, Meguiar and other memory manufacturers have issued a warning that the decrease in demand of some enterprise customers may lead to oversupply in key markets in 2021, which means that the prices of corresponding products will continue to decline and the interests of enterprises will be eroded. < / P > < p > before the ban was implemented on September 15, although Huawei’s sweep of goods pushed up the spot price, the contract price still did not improve. It is expected that the contract price will still fall in Q3 this year, and the server, mobile and consumer markets will fall at the same time. < / P > < p > according to reports, server memory prices will fall by 10-15%, mobile memory will decline by 8%, and consumer memory will decline by up to 10%. < / P > < p > from the previous position of the industry, the price of memory will maintain a downward trend in 2020, and the situation of oversupply has not been improved. The inventory level of Samsung and other companies has reached 4 months, making the memory price continue to decline. Google said the proposed media negotiation rules would put its free services in Australia at “risk”