Huawei Dodges EU ban
31 March 2019 | 4:34 pm
The EU has outlined its strategy for 5G security, but stopped short of meeting U.S. demands for a ban on Huawei. Pressure from Washington comes amid concerns that Chinese companies may be forced to spy for Beijing.
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In a news release on Tuesday, smartphone maker Huawei accused Washington of 'coercing' and 'enticing' some of its mid-to-high- level employees and partners into becoming informants for them, along with other allegations.
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Huawei Consumer Group Chief Executive Officer Richard Yu shows off the new Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro phones. But since the U.S. blacklisted Huawei, the android smartphones don't have Google apps.
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German regulators have released a set of guidelines on network security for companies wanting to help build next-generation 5G infrastructure. The conditions stop short of excluding controversial Chinese telecom Huawei.
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New 5G networks for mobile data transmission are mushrooming all over the world. Yet the question of whether Western governments should exclude China's Huawei from operations remains largely unanswered.
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In an exclusive interview with DW's editor-in-chief, Ines Pohl, Huawei Chairman Liang Hua spoke about how the tech giant is grappling with its current challenges. US President Trump says Huawei is "very dangerous."
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Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of China's Huawei, arrives at a Canadian court for the start of a hearing for her extradition to the United States. She was wearing an electronic ankle bracelet that authorities ordered her to wear as a condition of her release from custody.
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Huawei founder and CEO Huawei Ren Zhengfei told a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Tuesday that the company can survive "attacks" from the U.S.
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Top US cybersecurity official warns of threat posed by China's Huawei
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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said building a new 5G network in Britain can be squared with national security. His remarks come as Britain is set to decide on the role of Chinese company Huawei in the scheme.
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Huawei has finally gotten the go-ahead to build noncore parts of the UK's 5G network. The news is not likely going to be well received by the Donald Trump administration.
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Kenya's biggest telecoms operator Safaricom will consider giving a contract to China's Huawei as it rolls out its 5G network this year, its acting chief executive said on Wednesday.
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