Germany Will not Ban Huawei’s 5G Equipment

Government Says it Will Level Playing Field for Vendors

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Germany Will not Ban Huawei's 5G Equipment
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Germany has said it will not exclude tech giant Huawei from its 5G mobile networks in a bid to create a fair competitive environment for businesses in the country.

Germany’s decision was praised by the Chinese equipment maker. Huawei said they welcomed the country’s “fact and standards-based approach”. The company added that “Politicising cyber-security will only hinder technology development and social progress while doing nothing to address the security challenges all countries face,”

The decision comes about a year after the US banned the company from selling its 5G equipment to American telecommunication firms citing fears of possible Chinese surveillance.

The UK is yet to make a decision on the fate of Huawei products in the region.

German telecoms companies had expressed fears that banning the use of Huawei equipment would be an expensive affair that would also delay the rollout of 5G.

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