Huawei to install 5g equipment in UK next year

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 Huawei to install 5g equipment in UK next year


The UK government also announced a diversified 5g supply chain strategy, including cooperation with NEC and the formation of new research equipment, with an initial investment of 250 million pounds.

In July this year, as an ally of the United States five eye alliance, Britain announced its decision to stop using Huawei equipment in 5g construction. Oliver Dowden said at the time that the UK would stop buying new Huawei equipment from December 31, 2020, and the Huawei equipment currently used in the UKs 5g network must be removed by 2027. In response, Chinas Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying once said that the British side, in the absence of any concrete evidence, cooperated with the United States in discriminating against and excluding Chinese enterprises under the pretext of unnecessary risks. This flagrantly violated the principles of market economy and free trade rules, violated the relevant commitments made by the British side, seriously damaged the legitimate interests of Chinese enterprises and seriously impacted the mutual trust in Sino British cooperation China strongly opposes this and will take all necessary measures to safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises. Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK, has also said that changing and banning Huawei from time to time will not only damage Britains image of being open, business friendly, free and transparent, but also its independent national image. Source: responsible editor of global network: Yang Bin_ NF4368

In July this year, as an ally of the United States five eye alliance, Britain announced its decision to stop using Huawei equipment in 5g construction. Oliver Dowden said at the time that the UK would stop buying new Huawei equipment from December 31, 2020, and the Huawei equipment currently used in the UKs 5g network must be removed by 2027.

In response, Chinas Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying once said that the British side, in the absence of any concrete evidence, cooperated with the United States in discriminating against and excluding Chinese enterprises under the pretext of unnecessary risks. This flagrantly violated the principles of market economy and free trade rules, violated the relevant commitments made by the British side, seriously damaged the legitimate interests of Chinese enterprises and seriously impacted the mutual trust in Sino British cooperation China strongly opposes this and will take all necessary measures to safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese enterprises.

Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK, has also said that changing and banning Huawei from time to time will not only damage Britains image of being open, business friendly, free and transparent, but also its independent national image.