Huawei loses Swedish appeal over 5G ban

22/6/2022 9:39:00 PM

Huawei loses Swedish appeal over 5G ban

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Huawei loses Swedish appeal over 5G ban

STOCKHOLM, June 22 — A Swedish court today rejected an appeal from China’s Huawei over the government’s decision to ban the network equipment giant from the rollout of 5G...

Wednesday, 22 Jun 2022 11:42 PM MYTSTOCKHOLM, June 22 — A Swedish court today rejected an appeal from China’s Huawei over the government’s decision to ban the network equipment giant from the rollout of 5G mobile network infrastructure in the Nordic country.

The administrative court of appeal in Stockholm said in a statement it believed it was fair to assume that the use of Huawei’s products in central functions of the 5G network “can cause harm to Sweden’s security.”After the UK in the summer of 2020, Sweden became the second country in Europe and the first in the EU to explicitly ban Huawei from almost all of the network infrastructure needed to run its 5G mobile network.

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Wednesday, 22 Jun 2022 11:42 PM MYT STOCKHOLM, June 22 — A Swedish court today rejected an appeal from China’s Huawei over the government’s decision to ban the network equipment giant from the rollout of 5G mobile network infrastructure in the Nordic country. The administrative court of appeal in Stockholm said in a statement it believed it was fair to assume that the use of Huawei’s products in central functions of the 5G network “can cause harm to Sweden’s security. Sunway University’s Prof Dr Yeah Kim Leng said such a ban would also affect the country’s aspirations to be a modern, open and progressive society.” After the UK in the summer of 2020, Sweden became the second country in Europe and the first in the EU to explicitly ban Huawei from almost all of the network infrastructure needed to run its 5G mobile network. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, June 21, 2022. Beijing warned at the time that the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority’s (PTS) decision could have “consequences” for the Scandinavian country’s companies in China, prompting Swedish telecom giant and Huawei competitor Ericsson to worry about retaliatory measures. “The identified activities are intricately tied to the nation’s hospitality, food and beverage, tourism and entertainment industry. The PTS decision also included a provision that equipment already installed had to be removed by January 1, 2025, which the appeals court also confirmed.

“Sweden’s security is a particularly strong interest and the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority’s decision is based on a real, current and sufficiently serious threat to Sweden’s security,” judge Anita Linder said in a statement.9% in 2019 and 14. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription. Huawei first appealed the decision to a lower court which also sided with PTS in June 2021. In a statement to AFP, Huawei said it was “disappointed” with the court’s decision. “Besides the direct impact on the country’s gross domestic product, the indirect effects of a fall in the country’s investment attractiveness due to an overly restrictive lifestyle and limited social and entertainment activities would derail its attainment of advanced nation status,” he told theSun . “We will analyse the ruling, and evaluate our next steps, including other legal remedies under Swedish law and EU law, in order to continue to safeguard our legitimate rights and interests,” the company said. In January, the Chinese tech giant announced it had “initiated arbitration proceedings” under the World Bank Group’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID),” against Sweden for the PTS decision. The survey found that 89% wanted the government to ban alcohol, 69% wanted the ban on sale of sugary beverages, 86% were against gambling and 79% were against nightclubs, karaoke bars and pubs.

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