Published: Sun, February 10, 2019
Money | By Arnold Ball

UK's Huawei fears may take five years to address

UK's Huawei fears may take five years to address

Poland will also nearly certainly exclude Huawei from its efforts to build 5G infrastructure, according to new reports.

It comes as the European Union weighs the introduction of a new sanctions regime against companies or countries involved in cyber-espionage and intellectual property theft.

A hot potato: China is able to pump out mass quantities of affordable tech products, but cellular networking equipment produced by Chinese companies is on the brink of a total ban from the United States according to administration insiders.

The White House declined to comment for this story, but National Security Council spokesman Garrett Marquis said that the U.S. was "working across government and with our allies and like-minded partners to mitigate risk in the deployment of 5G and other communications infrastructure".

Senior European officials have echoed Sondland's concerns.

The warnings seem to have gained some ground in Europe, where it was noted that the Chinese National Intelligence Law of 2017 requiring all firms and individuals at home and overseas to cooperate with the state intelligence agencies. It maintains that it is a privately owned company with no ties to the Chinese government.

China is livid and strongly demands the return of the executive, and has responded by arresting two Canadians in China on charges of posing a danger to Chinese security, A third Canadian arrested on drug charges has seen his case suddenly retried and the sentence increased from a jail term to the death sentence.

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Meanwhile, the Italian Government has denying reports that it will ban Huawei and ZTE from its future 5G infrastructure builds.

For example, since Huawei's equipment is not used in the USA networks, is the US having the most secure network?

Chancellor Angela Merkel has said Germany needs guarantees that Huawei would not hand data to the Chinese state before it can take part in building fifth-generation networks that would link everything from vehicles to factories at far greater speeds. Allegedly, Huawei's 5G infrastructure equipment can come with backdoors, allowing the Chinese government to spy on communications of any country using Huawei's gear.

Although public evidence for Chinese espionage via Huawei is lacking, in several Western countries, including the Netherlands, the risk regarding the implementation of Huawei equipment in telecom networks is being warned.

The US is concerned that if its allies continue to use Huawei kit, then America's security will be threatened.

According to Politico, citing three sources, President Donald Trump will sign the executive order before the major conference in Barcelona.

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