HUAWEI responds to being banned from participating in 5G in India: cooperation is in progress.

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 HUAWEI responds to being banned from participating in 5G in India: cooperation is in progress.


Indias telecom sector has excluded Huawei and ZTE from the governments list of 5G test partners, the Global Times reported Thursday. The newspaper said the Indian government is likely to become the third country after the United States and Australia to restrict Chinese companies from participating in the manufacture of 5G telecommunications equipment in the country. However, the head of Huawei India Branch told the Global Times on the 14th, operators and Huaweis 5G test is in normal progress.

The government has written to Cisco, Samsung, Ericsson, Nokia and other telecom service providers, hoping that they will cooperate with India to develop 5G-based technology experiments and receive a positive response, but we have excluded Huawei from the list. Indias telecommunications minister, Aluna Sandaraj, did not directly respond to questions from local media about whether this is a matter of national security. The Economic Times quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that ZTE was also excluded from the list. The newspaper commented that the Indian governments move could be a major setback for Huawei in India, with its sales in India likely to fall sharply, from $1.2 billion in 2017 to $700 million to $800 million. Huawei, the head of Indias Huawei Branch, told the Global Times on the 14th that Huawei has responded positively to the governments 5G network construction needs and is cooperating normally with relevant government departments and operators. The India government has welcomed and opened up its support to HUAWEI. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Luo Jiazhen _NBJS6445

The government has written to Cisco, Samsung, Ericsson, Nokia and other telecom service providers, hoping that they will cooperate with India to develop 5G-based technology experiments and receive a positive response, but we have excluded Huawei from the list. Indias telecommunications minister, Aluna Sandaraj, did not directly respond to questions from local media about whether this is a matter of national security. The Economic Times quoted people familiar with the matter as saying that ZTE was also excluded from the list. The newspaper commented that the Indian governments move could be a major setback for Huawei in India, with its sales in India likely to fall sharply, from $1.2 billion in 2017 to $700 million to $800 million.

Huawei, the head of Indias Huawei Branch, told the Global Times on the 14th that Huawei has responded positively to the governments 5G network construction needs and is cooperating normally with relevant government departments and operators. The India government has welcomed and opened up its support to HUAWEI.