For those who don't know..Huawei is the largest telecommunications and network vendor in China. Huawei has taken so much buisness (across the world) from the likes of Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent and others.
In the USA, Huawei is selling a lot of its kit to local carriers. There are a lot of voices not only in USA but in India, Taiwan and many western countries that Huawei have links with the Chinese state security services. The USA has put a stop of Huawei's proposed acquisition of 3Leaf and in Taiwan the National Communications Commission ruled that Huawei core network kit may not be cleared for use by Taiwanese operators because of national security worries.
Will the USA now take similar measures against Huawei?
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