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Beijing mocks possible Huawei law

Work on Huawei’s LTE 5G antenna on the Mindelheim post office building. Will dismantling soon follow?

Initially, the Chinese government responded to the headlines with silence. Only late Tuesday evening did it release a first statement via its embassy in Berlin: “In recent years, countries and anti-China forces have continued to attempt to smear Huawei with trumped-up charges, but there has never been any evidence that Huawei equipment and components pose security risks.” If media reports of a ban on Chinese 5G equipment turn out to be true, the Chinese side is very puzzled and strongly dissatisfied with the hasty decision.

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