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Huawei took the initiative to propose to the Indian government to sign a "no back door" agreement

via:环球科技     time:2019/6/26 0:01:41     readed:196


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RT said that the Economic Times of India citedHuaweiChen Jie, CEO of the Indian branch, said, “We are proposing to the Indian government that we are ready to sign a “no back door” agreement. We encourage other original equipment manufacturers to also sign such agreements with (indian) governments and telecom operators. protocol".

Chen Jie said, "We hope to have a level playing field. I strongly believe that the Indian government will allocate test spectrum to each company at a time instead of treating it differently. India is eager to become the world's third largest economy. (Want to do this) they have no way to work with specific suppliers in the next 10 years."

Chen Jie also joked, "We should thank Donald Trump and the U.S. government for making Huawei so popular," livemint reported on the 25th. Chen Jie made the remarks in an interview with the Indian media on the same day, the Economic Times and other media said on the 24th.

RT said that since last year, the United States has been urging its allies to ban Huawei from launching 5G on the grounds that it suspects that the Chinese government uses Huawei as a tool for espionage. Huawei and China strongly denied these allegations. Some countries, such as Australia and Japan, have banned Huawei, and other countries, including India, have yet to decide whether to allow Huawei to launch 5G.

According to RT reports, Huawei has cooperated with Vodafone Creative of India to test 5G services. Earlier in June, Indian Telecom Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that the government would adopt a "firm view" on Huawei's participation.

Earlier, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Hao said at a regular press conference on June 20 that "the Chinese government has consistently required companies to strictly abide by the laws and policies of their countries when investing overseas, and to conduct legal and legal operations. However, China is determined to do so. Oppose any country to impose unilateral sanctions on Chinese entities in accordance with its own domestic laws, and also oppose the generalization of the concept of national security and abuse of export control measures. For some time, more and more people from all walks of life have participated in 5G of Chinese technology companies. The construction shows a fair attitude. We hope and believe that India will make independent judgments, provide a fair, just and non-discriminatory business environment for Chinese enterprises to invest and operate, and provide guarantee for mutually beneficial and win-win cooperation between Chinese and Indian enterprises."

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