Unreasonable suppression! FCC rejected ZTEs request

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 Unreasonable suppression! FCC rejected ZTEs request


In June this year, the FCC announced that Huawei and ZTE pose a threat to the US communication network. That means banning U.S. companies from using a $8.3 billion government fund to buy equipment from these companies, Reuters said.

ZTE did not immediately respond to requests for comment, the report said.

In addition, the report also said that last week the FCC said it would extend the deadline for responding to Huaweis request to December 11, in order to fully consider the large number of records..

At the end of June this year, the Federal Communications Commission officially announced that Huawei and ZTE were listed as the so-called national security threats to the United States. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian made a response at a regular press conference on July 1. He stressed that the US side is used to abusing state power and suppressing specific countries and enterprises with no evidence. This kind of economic bullying by the United States is a blatant denial of the principle of market economy that the United States has always flaunted. Banning US operators from purchasing Huawei and ZTE equipment will not really improve the network security situation in the United States, but will have a serious impact on the network services in rural and underdeveloped areas of the United States. The relevant agencies of the US side are very clear about this.

We once again urge the US side to stop generalizing the concept of national security, stop deliberately vilifying and accusing China, stop unreasonable repression on specific Chinese enterprises, and provide a fair, just and non discriminatory environment for Chinese enterprises to operate normally in the United States. Zhao Lijian said. Source: Global Times editor in charge: Chen Hequn_ NB12679

We once again urge the US side to stop generalizing the concept of national security, stop deliberately vilifying and accusing China, stop unreasonable repression on specific Chinese enterprises, and provide a fair, just and non discriminatory environment for Chinese enterprises to operate normally in the United States. Zhao Lijian said.