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Reuters reported, citing sources in Germany’s ruling coalition and government, that Berlin plans to extend “scrutiny of a vendor’s governance and technology” before allowing a company to provide 5G services.
The US has been long insisting that Huawei poses a danger to NATO countries, without providing any specific evidence. Last year, President Donald Trump banned American companies from doing business with Huawei, and pressured allies to follow suit. In July, the British government ordered all mobile providers to remove Huawei’s 5G components from their networks by 2027.
Both Huawei and China have denied using the telecoms company for espionage and surveillance. Huawei rejected the allegations of posing any danger to foreign countries, stating that actions against it would only hurt regular consumers.
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