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Boris Johnson gives green light for Huawei 5G infrastructure role
 
Tue 28 Jan 2020 12.01 GMT
 
The Chinese tech firm Huawei has been designated a “high-risk vendor” but will be given the opportunity to build non-core elements of Britain’s 5G network, the government has announced.
 
The company will be banned from the “core”, of the 5G network, and from operating at sensitive sites such as nuclear and military facilities, and its share of the market will be capped at 35%.
 
“We are clear-eyed about the challenge posed by Huawei, which we today confirm is a high-risk vendor,” said a Whitehall source.
 
But the source insisted a “market failure” meant there was little alternative in the short term.
 
Officials feared banning the provider could have delayed 5G rollout by two to three years, increased the cost to consumers – and dented economic growth.
 


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Huawei 5G kit must be removed from UK by 2027

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The UK's mobile providers are being banned from buying new Huawei 5G equipment after 31 December, and they must also remove all the Chinese firm's 5G kit from their networks by 2027.

Digital Secretary Oliver Dowden told the House of Commons of the decision.

It follows sanctions imposed by Washington, which claims the firm poses a national security threat - something Huawei denies.

Mr Dowden said the move would delay the country's 5G rollout by a year.

"This has not been an easy decision, but it is the right one for the UK telecoms networks, for our national security and our economy, both now and indeed in the long run," he said.

https://www.bbc.co.u...nology-53403793

 

 

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I think the Chinese leadership has made a tremendous mistake in Hong Kong.  They have demonstrated that they are not to be trusted. Just when the memories of Tiananmen Square were fading, they moved to secure Hong Kong in direct violation of agreements they made concerning one country two systems. They have shown that they are only interested in one country one system.  Next will be Taiwan.  After that, who knows?

 

Who can blame the British nationalists for taking precautions? 


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French limits on Huawei 5G equipment amount to de facto ban by 2028

July 22, 2020 / 4:05 PM

PARIS (Reuters) - French authorities have told telecoms operators planning to buy Huawei 5G equipment that they won’t be able to renew licences for the gear once they expire, effectively phasing the Chinese firm out of mobile networks, three sources close to the matter said.

Like other countries in Europe, France is laying the ground for its next-generation 5G mobile market in the middle of a growing geopolitical storm between two global superpowers.

The United States say the company’s equipment could be used by the Chinese government for espionage - a charge denied by Huawei and Beijing - and has pressed its allies to ban it.

France’s cybersecurity agency ANSSI said this month it would allow operators to use equipment, including Huawei’s, under licences of three to eight years. But it added it was urging telcos not currently using the Chinese company’s gear to avoid switching to it.

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In Britain, where major telecoms groups are heavily reliant on Huawei technology, the government has ordered the Chinese company’s equipment to be purged from the 5G network by 2027.

https://www.reuters....8-idUSKCN24N26R



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Does anyone here explain in layman terms what recourse UK has for China breaching the Sino-British Joint Declaration? Are there any claw-back clauses in it? 


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Does anyone here explain in layman terms what recourse UK has for China breaching the Sino-British Joint Declaration? Are there any claw-back clauses in it? 

Possibly? Treaty starts on page 61

https://treaties.un.... 1399/v1399.pdf



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Does anyone here explain in layman terms what recourse UK has for China breaching the Sino-British Joint Declaration? Are there any claw-back clauses in it? 

Possibly? Treaty starts on page 61

https://treaties.un.... 1399/v1399.pdf

 

 

Just skimmed through the English portion of the joint declaration. There is nothing in there that would resemble a punitive action against the party that breached the agreement.

 

It's basically toothless. 


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