Huawei Technologies’ headquarters in Duesseldorf, Germany. German regulators have begun to echo the rhetoric of the US on Huawei, with the national regulator stating last week that the Chinese company is not “trustworthy” enough to be involved in construction of the country’s fifth-generation mobile networks. Photo: Reuters
Arild Vollan
Opinion

Opinion

Arild Vollan

Why the price of Europe following the US’ Huawei boycott may be far too high

  • There may be no way to exclude China from the process of building wireless networks, and there is definitely none without setting 5G development back significantly

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Huawei Technologies’ headquarters in Duesseldorf, Germany. German regulators have begun to echo the rhetoric of the US on Huawei, with the national regulator stating last week that the Chinese company is not “trustworthy” enough to be involved in construction of the country’s fifth-generation mobile networks. Photo: Reuters
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