The United States will provide financial assistance to Asian countries involved in the ban on Huawei

 The United States will provide financial assistance to Asian countries involved in the ban on Huawei

Jimi micro network news (text / Jimmy), the Nikkei Asia review reported that a senior U.S. diplomat said that the U.S. government may provide financial support in the action to ban Huaweis 5g equipment.

Huawei is attractive to developing countries with limited resources because its products and services are usually cheaper than Ericsson and Nokia. But Keith krach, under secretary of state for economic growth, energy and the environment, told a round table meeting with Nikkei and other Japanese media that these prices also have hidden costs.

Kraschs remarks come as Britain and France have been involved in the US action. Instead of relying on Huawei, Krasch said, the United States is letting other countries replace Huawei made equipment.

There are many things we can do to help developing countries replace Huaweis equipment, and government agencies such as the American International Development Finance Corporation and the Export Import Bank of the United States will provide assistance.

According to the bill passed in October 2018, the U.S. government doubled the governments ability to invest in infrastructure. It is suggested that China and Australia will strengthen cooperation in infrastructure construction. Reliable telecommunications infrastructure is part of our India Pacific strategy, Krasch said. For countries such as the Philippines and Thailand that have not yet phased out Huawei products, I think the first thing we should do is to work with them to see if they can replace or change their decisions.

In the long run, Krasch said the US plans to expand its 5g clean route, which aims to remove suppliers such as Huawei and ZTE from 5g communications in and out of US diplomatic facilities.

We will soon expand the program beyond 5g to include apps, systems, data centers, cloud and submarine cables, he said

Extended reading of the Nikkei: China is in the lead in 5g global standards, and the impact of US sanctions is limited. Huaweis mobile phone has created the highest share of the Chinese market in history. The release date and price of the iPhone 12 are exposed: it is sold in two batches and wants to buy high-quality products. Source: Jiwei, editor in charge: Liu Fei_ NBJS10390