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Britain is expected to give Huawei a restricted role in its 5G rollout. The US won't be happy

Britain is expected to give Huawei a restricted role in its 5G rollout. The US won't be happy

27.1.2020

Britain is expected to give Huawei a restricted role in its 5G rollout. The US won't be happy

Huawei could be about to find itself at the center of an intense political rift between Britain and the United States this week.

Squawk Box Europe "Three is better than two," he said. "If you ban, you have a choice between Ericsson and Nokia. You lack competition." Vodafone stressed that it doesn't use Huawei in its "core," and has "multiple layers of security and encryption in place between it and our masts." EE and Three were not immediately available for comment. 'Momentous decision' But the U.S. has made no secret of its position on Huawei. Over the weekend, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a warning to Britain via President Donald Trump's communication channel of choice — Twitter. "The U.K. has a momentous decision ahead on 5G," Pompeo tweeted, agreeing with an opinion article from British Conservative lawmaker Tom Tugendhat, who said: "The truth is that only nations able to protect their data will be sovereign." The main contention U.S. officials have raised is with the possibility that Huawei provides Beijing with a "back door" to sensitive network information. Huawei has consistently denied such claims, stating it's a private company and would never spy for China. Experts have however been skeptical , pointing to Chinese laws that mean domestic companies are required to assist Beijing with intelligence collection. The U.K. is expected to make a decision on whether to let Huawei build out its fifth-generation mobile networks later this week. A minister for the government has previously told CNBC security will be the "top priority" ahead of the decision. It's not the only technology-related issue to prove a potential sticking point in U.K.-US relations. Proposals to implement a so-called digital sales tax in the U.K. have from Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin that the country could be faced with reprisals. Related Tags Read more: CNBC

Britain going with the good tech. Americans be like “we don’t like your kind around here”. Damn.......Boris just Shafted Trump. USA has no prove against Huawei it cause security risk all trade war .

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