Huawei not to be banned in Brazil: vice president

Huawei not to be banned in Brazil: vice president

Huawei not to be banned in Brazil: vice president

It comes after details emerged from a confidential meeting of the UK's National Security Council that Chinese firm Huawei could be approved for a limited role in developing Britain's 5G network.

The Shenzhen-headquartered firm, which is under huge pressure after the U.S. issued the ban warning that Huawei systems could be manipulated by Beijing to spy on other countries and disrupt critical communications, made the announcement on Thursday in a press statement.

The U.S. government has not produced any hard evidence to support its accusation that Huawei is able to use its network equipment to spy on foreign nations for the Chinese government.

US President Donald Trump, visiting Britain this week, expressed confidence that his country and the United Kingdom "are absolutely going to have an agreement on Huawei", emphasising the "incredible intelligence relationship" between the two nations. More so Mourao also stated that they have trust with the Chinese company and consequently they also need their telecom technology.

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A report published last month by the Henry Jackson Society think tank concluded that it is "high-to-certain that Huawei acts on behalf of China's intelligence organs". It's now apparent on the significant issue that lead to the meeting.

China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Thursday granted commercial-use 5G licenses to four state-owned telecom giants to start rolling out 5G services, signalling Beijing's determination to be the global leader in setting up superfast wireless networks.

Nokia said this week it had moved ahead of Huawei in total 5G orders and had seen increased interest in its 5G offering from European countries that have been debating the role of Chinese vendors in their networks.

That implies significant costs and delays should operators not be able to use Huawei and ZTE, GSMA said, though it noted the situation from one European Union country to the next differed markedly.

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