Huawei still puts bans on several countries.
New Zealand Wednesday was the last country The proposal for the use of telecommunication equipment manufactured by Huawei has blocked Due to national security concerns.
The Spark telecommunications company wanted to use the Huawei New Zealand 5G mobile network, but a government security agency said the deal would have significant risks.
The movement is becoming increasingly important for the participation of Chinese technology companies in security issues.
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What are the fears?
Because several governments are distrust of Chinese technology Peking is afraid of companies like Huawei to the authorities To access industrial secrets and other confidential information.
Especially, there is concern The risk of spying on China, experts say.
Tom Uren, a member of the Australian National Center for Strategic Policy Strategy, said the Chinese government has "clearly demonstrated the intention of stealing information for many years."
"The Chinese state has had a lot of spies including cybernetic and intellectual property theft," he said.
The close relationship between businesses and governments also fosters concerns China "allows the use of statistics companies to allow their spying operations," said Uren.
- To install the 5G network of mobile United States and China in the first place
Concerns revealed that recent Chinese law required Chinese institutions to support national intelligence efforts.
The back combination of these laws and espionage increased countries' risk of perceiving the country's perceived risk Huawei and ZTE in critical national infrastructures.
"It's hard to argue that there is a high risk," said Uren.
5G networks are being built in different countries and this technology will have an important wave of mobile infrastructure.
Since Huawei is the largest producer of telecommunications equipment, Spark's New Zealand telecommunications company intends to use Huawei's 5G network technology.
But New Zealand Government Communications Security Office (GCSB) told Spark that if the proposal had been "implemented, high national security risks would increase", Explained the company.
The New Zealand Intelligence Service, Andrew Little Minister, said Spark could work with the agency to reduce the risk.
Huawei said: "The GCSB says it is a constant process, we will direct the concerns and work together to find the way."
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Which countries did Huawei ban?
New Zealand's decision to block Huawei's national security reasons is not isolated.
Australia did the same with Huawei and ZTE Therefore, there is no 5G technology to be transferred to wireless networks for the same reasons.
On the other hand, Huawei defended his independence and said he is a private company. He also built a "assessment and testing" center, and his 5G team could review the Australian government.
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This year, United States announced Huawei and ZTE restrictions to offer their territory and later contracts The use of the phones of these Chinese companies could be operated by civil servants or military officials.
Last week in the newspaper The Wall Street Journal notify the US government to persuade wireless service providers to avoid Huawei equipment.
Add it, too United Kingdom The government says it is still working with Huawei.
"This government and the British telecommunications operator work with Huawei at home and abroad to benefit from new technologies in the UK while managing cyber-security risks," said the British spokesman for the BBC.
But a security committee has warned "Limited warranty" The Chinese telecommunication equipment company does not threaten national security.
In Canada Likewise, security testing is being carried out in 2013 in the telecommunications equipment sold in the Chinese giant Huawei country.
Similarly, the companies were evaluated Germany, Japan and Korea From the south.
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But only Huawei is in favor of: Papua New Guinea
The Pacific nation said this week it will make an agreement for Huawei to build its Internet infrastructure.
The country's investment in China over the last decade has grown significantly.
Since it was founded in 1987, Huawei has become one of the leading telecommunications equipment suppliers worldwide.
The company has 180,000 employees and operates in 170 countries and regions, according to its website.