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Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei responded on Wednesday to news of President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration.
Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday declaring a national emergency over “threats against information and communications technology and services” in the US.
Soon after, the US Commerce Department said it would add Huawei to its “entity list,” preventing the company from buying parts and components from American companies without US government approval.
Huawei slammed the US for its “unreasonable restrictions,” which it says infringes on Huawei’s rights and could lead to serious legal battles down the road.
It added that it was willing to “engage with the US government” to come up with solutions to security concerns, but said a ban on its business in the US would only serve to hurt US interests.

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei on Wednesday responded to news of President Donald Trump’s national emergency declaration and subsequent placement of Huawei on the US Commerce Department’s “entity list,” which bans the company from buying parts from US vendors without US government approval.

The US has long voiced concerns that Huawei technology — along with technology from fellow Chinese telecom company ZTE — could pose a security risk, fearing that the company’s technology could act as a backdoor for spying for the Chinese government.

Huawei, the world’s largest telecommunications equipment producer, said in a statement that it was willing to “engage with the US government” to come up with solutions to security concerns, but it said a ban on its business in the US would only serve to hurt US interests.

“Restricting Huawei from doing business in the US will not make the US more secure or stronger,” a Huawei spokesperson told Business Insider. “Instead, this will only serve to limit the US to inferior yet more expensive alternatives, leaving …read more

Source:: Business Insider

      

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