(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
«Vote for Europe! Vote for a smarter future with # 5G! » brags Huawei PR Campaign which aims to convince Europeans to let the company into their # 5G market #. These slogans were developed to combat American criticism of the Chinese telecommunications giant. Huawei has become one of the main players in the new power struggle between the world's great powers.
Following similar decisions in Japan, Australia og Taiwan, the United States formally closed Huawei out of its communications network in May last year. Nevertheless, other US allies in Southeast Asia and Europe have not followed suit. While the UK has imposed restrictions on all "high-risk" 5G providers and excluded Huawei from core sections of the network, yet they did not submit the US demands for a direct ban.
The countries that have banned or restricted Huawei were worried that they, along with other Chinese technology giants, could become subject to override from the Chinese government either now or at a later date. In their risk considerations, Australian intelligence officers asked themselves what they would do if they sat on mandates of the kind enshrined in China. 2017 National Intelligence Law, which gives them access to Australian. . .
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