China’s Huawei helped N. Korea build 3G wireless network in secret: WP


It has emerged Chinese tech giant Huawei may
have secretly helped North Korea build a 3G wireless network. Hong Yoo reports. A Washington Post article has claimed Chinese
telecom giant Huawei has been secretly helping North Korea build and maintain its commercial
wireless network. According to the newspaper on Monday, over
the span of at least 8 years, Huawei teamed up with Chinese state-run Panda International
Information Technology to provide networking equipment and related software. The U.S. Commerce Department has been investigating
Huawei since 2016 to see if it had violated American export controls to furnish North
Korea with equipment. Such revelations, if confirmed, will be the
latest blow to Huawei’s reputation. The U.S. put Huawei on a blacklist in May,
citing national security concerns. The move prohibited US companies from selling
most U.S.-made parts and components to Huawei without special licenses. But President Trump allowed American firms
to resume sales to Huawei at the end of June amid Washington’s efforts to restart trade
negotiations with Beijing. In a statement to the Washington Post, Huawei
said that it had ‘”no business presence” in North Korea and that the company is fully
committed to complying with all applicable laws and regulations in the countries and
regions where it operates. When asked about the issue at the White House
on Monday,… President Trump said the U.S. will look into
it. Hong Yoo, Arirang News.

2 Replies to “China’s Huawei helped N. Korea build 3G wireless network in secret: WP”

  1. Its the same company that is going to build your 5g network. After Tsaiwan China is comming for you. You will become 1 with China, your mother land. XD

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