Tag: #Huawei

London’s Huawei decision ‘turning point’ for China-UK ties: Analyst

Shen Weiduo and Zhang Hongpei July 19, 2020

London’s Huawei decision ‘turning point’ for China-UK ties: Analyst

The UK's move to ban Huawei may further sour strained China-UK political ties, largely reduce personnel exchanges, and most likely prompt Beijing to take reciprocal measures against London's discriminatory policy, Chinese observers said. The UK's mobile providers are being banned from buying new Huawei 5G equipment after December...More

Shameful for Canada, UK to follow US on Huawei

Left Review Online June 22, 2020

Shameful for Canada, UK to follow US on Huawei

A secret report from the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), released recently among other court documents, indicated that there was advanced communication between the CSIS and the US FBI ahead of the December 2018 arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou at Vancouver International Airport. In response, Chinese Foreign...More

US firms to cooperate with Huawei on 5G standards

Ma Jingjing June 21, 2020

US firms to cooperate with Huawei on 5G standards

The US Department of Commerce announced a new rule on Monday allowing US companies to cooperate with Chinese technology company Huawei on 5G telecom standards. Analysts said the move shows that the US has realized the cost of refusing to cooperate with the world's largest patent contributor to...More

Washington pressure tactics on Beijing are sure to boomerang

Zhao Minghao February 13, 2020

Washington pressure tactics on Beijing are sure to boomerang

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday spoke on the phone with US President Donald Trump, sending the world a positive signal about the bilateral ties between China and the US. Trump expressed his confidence in China's economic growth, and said the US fully supports China's efforts to control...More

Time for Canada to correct mistakes on Meng case

Mu Lu January 11, 2020

Time for Canada to correct mistakes on Meng case

Extradition hearing of Meng Wanzhou, Chinese tech giant Huawei's Chief Financial Officer, is set to begin on January 20 in British Columbia's Supreme Court in Canada. After more than a year since the arrest of Meng shattered China-Canada relations, it is time for Ottawa to reflect on its...More

US needs open-mindedness in 5G race with China

Wang Wenwen December 18, 2019

US needs open-mindedness in 5G race with China

China leads the world's 5G development, which the US calls a race. Earlier this year, US President Donald Trump said, "The race to 5G is on and America must win." The question is, how? Over the past year, we have seen the US ramp up efforts to squeeze...More

China will emerge victorious from US tech crackdown folly

Shen Yi May 27, 2019

China will emerge victorious from US tech crackdown folly

US tech firms, including Google, Intel and Qualcomm and Xilinx have reportedly cut off their supply deals with Huawei. There is no doubt that the Chinese tech giant is under pressure, but it has shown a strong will to resist the pressure, rather than throwing in the towel....More

US oppressing Huawei for political interests

Fang Xingdong April 02, 2019

US oppressing Huawei for political interests

In recent years, the US government has stepped up its attacks on Chinese technology giant Huawei, trying to force countries around the world to ban it from their 5G rollout projects. Such acrimony against a firm is unprecedented in the history of global high-technology, and there are no...More