Huawei Offers To Sign 'No-Spy' Pacts With Governments As UK Embarks On 5G | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Huawei Offers To Sign 'No-Spy' Pacts With Governments As UK Embarks On 5G

Chinese smartphone and telecommunications equipment giant Huawei is willing to sign 'no-spy' agreements with governments which adopt their technology, including Britain, according to chairman Liang Hua.

The Trump administration has warned allies not to use Huawei's technology to implement 5G networks over concerns that they would allow Chinese intelligence services to spy on whoever uses it.

Moreover, Huawei and its CFO, Meng Wanzhou, are facing criminal charges in the United States over the alleged theft of trade secrets and sanctions violations in Iran.

As Reuters reports, Britain is still deciding on how much they will rely on Huawei - the world's largest supplier of telecom equipment - for their 5G networks.

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