An Indian youngster watches a cricket match on his smartphone. China’s two largest telecoms equipment vendors, Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp, could be shut out of the roll-out of superfast 5G mobile networks in India amid rising tensions between the two countries. Photo: EPA-EFEAn Indian youngster watches a cricket match on his smartphone. China’s two largest telecoms equipment vendors, Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp, could be shut out of the roll-out of superfast 5G mobile networks in India amid rising tensions between the two countries. Photo: EPA-EFE
An Indian youngster watches a cricket match on his smartphone. China’s two largest telecoms equipment vendors, Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp, could be shut out of the roll-out of superfast 5G mobile networks in India amid rising tensions between the two countries. Photo: EPA-EFE

India said to dissuade telecoms network operators from buying Huawei, ZTE gear

  • Huawei is betting on customers for its 5G equipment in India, where it was allowed to take part in network trials
  • A deadly border clash between Indian and Chinese troops last month has renewed calls in the large South Asian economy to boycott Chinese tech
Topic |   Huawei
An Indian youngster watches a cricket match on his smartphone. China’s two largest telecoms equipment vendors, Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp, could be shut out of the roll-out of superfast 5G mobile networks in India amid rising tensions between the two countries. Photo: EPA-EFEAn Indian youngster watches a cricket match on his smartphone. China’s two largest telecoms equipment vendors, Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp, could be shut out of the roll-out of superfast 5G mobile networks in India amid rising tensions between the two countries. Photo: EPA-EFE
An Indian youngster watches a cricket match on his smartphone. China’s two largest telecoms equipment vendors, Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp, could be shut out of the roll-out of superfast 5G mobile networks in India amid rising tensions between the two countries. Photo: EPA-EFE
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