It is reported that the French government has told telecom operators planning to buy Huawei 5g equipment that they will not be able to renew the license of the equipment once the license expires, thus gradually withdrawing Huawei from the UK mobile network by 2027.
According to public information, Bouyguess business involves media, construction and telecommunications. It has repeatedly said it would seek compensation from the French government if Huaweis equipment had to be replaced. In response, roussat said it was in talks with the French authorities and declined to comment further.
A previous study by mobileuk said that a complete ban on Huaweis use of 5g would lead to a doubling of these costs in the industry as a whole, and expand procurement spending by curbing competition, thus effectively leaving Huaweis market share to Ericsson and Nokia.
Assembly, a research firm, estimates that if Huawei is banned, it will cost the UK economy 4.5 billion to 6.8 billion pounds and delay its 5g construction for at least two years.
Source of this article: Liu Fei, editor in charge of micro network_ NBJS10390