Huawei, the world's biggest producer of telecoms equipment, faces global scrutiny over its ties with the Chinese government and suspicion Beijing could use its technology for spying, something the company has denied. Trump officials have repeatedly slammed Beijing for its theft of intellectual property and its more traditional cyber espionage. "I applaud for these sensible approaches", Liu said.
Adding a warning to others about possible U.S countermeasures, Sondland added, "Those who are charging ahead blindly and embracing the Chinese technology without regard to these concerns may find themselves in a disadvantage in dealing with us".
Depending on the Chinese equipment used by Western countries, the USA. may have to be "more careful in sharing information, in transacting business", and a "host of things", Sondland said.
A spokesman from the National Security Council advised that the U.S.is "working across government and with our allies and like-minded partners to mitigate risk in the deployment of 5G and other communications infrastructure".
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Senior European officials have echoed Sondland's concerns.
The warnings seem to have gained some ground in Europe, where it was noted that the Chinese National Intelligence Law of 2017 requiring all firms and individuals at home and overseas to cooperate with the state intelligence agencies. And German media reports that that country's government is also not keen to implement a full ban. Germany has said it wants high data security standards for its 5G network.
While Washington has already largely barred Huawei from supplying its government and contractors, it sees advanced European preparations for 5G mobile networks as a security risk that could also endanger the United States. It's not as easy for a Chinese company to say no to its government as it might be for, say, Apple to deny an Federal Bureau of Investigation request here in the US.
The oversight board identified "technical issues" in Huawei's engineering processes, which it said could cause "new risks in the United Kingdom telecommunications networks". On Wednesday the company offered to build a similar centre in Poland.
The Public Affairs Director, Huawei, Austin Zhang stated that there is no valid reason for the Polish government to keep the company out of its upcoming 5G network development.