Friday, 23 April 2021

With Trump gone, Huawei wants the UK should rethink its 5G ban

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 16 November 20

Huawei’s Vice President Victor Zhang told the Guardian that the ban will exacerbate the UK’s north-south divide

The hard-fought US Presidential election recently came to a close, producing Democrat Joe Biden as the next President of the United States. Despite President Trump’s best efforts to sully the election results, the divisive premier’s removal is now all but certain, but what does this changing of the guard mean for the US’ foreign policy towards China, and Huawei in particular?   Prior to the election results, there had been much speculation as to what would happen to Huawei if Biden were to secure the presidency…

The hard-fought US Presidential election recently came to a close, producing Democrat Joe Biden as the next President of the United States. Despite President Trump’s best efforts to sully the election results, the divisive premier’s removal is now all but certain, but what does this changing of the guard mean for the US’ foreign policy towards China, and Huawei in particular?   Prior to the election results, there had been much speculation as to what would happen to Huawei if Biden were to secure the presidency…

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