SCMP: Huawei will commit to ‘no-spy agreements’ to win government contracts, chairman says amid US pressure on allies over 5G fears
* Concession comes as US presses its allies not to include Huawei as they build their 5G networks
* US State Department official confirms Washington continues to regard Huawei a national security risk: ‘We have to protect our information’
Huawei Technologies is prepared to include provisions in its government contracts not to facilitate “back door” espionage by Beijing, the chairman of the Chinese telecommunications giant said on Tuesday.
“We are willing to sign no-spy agreements with governments, including the UK government, to commit ourselves to making our equipment meet the no-spy, no-back-doors standard,” Liang Hua said at a company-sponsored business conference in London.
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WNU Editor: Huawei's choice of words makes me wonder if they are admitting that they curently spying, but will stop if these governments sign this agreement. This offer of a "no-spy" agreement is also too little and too late .... Exclusive: Trump expected to sign order paving way for U.S. telecoms ban on Huawei (Reuters).
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