The US government claims that Huawei’s equipment pose a security risk because the company might be obliged to give up information to Beijing, an accusation Huawei has repeatedly denied. Photo: AFP The US government claims that Huawei’s equipment pose a security risk because the company might be obliged to give up information to Beijing, an accusation Huawei has repeatedly denied. Photo: AFP
The US government claims that Huawei’s equipment pose a security risk because the company might be obliged to give up information to Beijing, an accusation Huawei has repeatedly denied. Photo: AFP

Donald Trump extends executive order aimed at Huawei to guard US telecoms supply chain

  • Trump extends an order by another year that had prohibited US companies from using telecommunications equipment made by firms deemed a national security threat
  • Meanwhile, a US federal employees’ fund was moved away from Chinese stock investment

Topic |   US-China tech war
The US government claims that Huawei’s equipment pose a security risk because the company might be obliged to give up information to Beijing, an accusation Huawei has repeatedly denied. Photo: AFP The US government claims that Huawei’s equipment pose a security risk because the company might be obliged to give up information to Beijing, an accusation Huawei has repeatedly denied. Photo: AFP
The US government claims that Huawei’s equipment pose a security risk because the company might be obliged to give up information to Beijing, an accusation Huawei has repeatedly denied. Photo: AFP
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