UPDATE: Huawei calls for talks with GCSB minister on 5G

Nikki Mandow
Mon, 06 May 2019

(Adds GCSB comment from 20th paragraph) By Nikki Mandow May 6 (BusinessDesk) - Huawei has vigorously defended its right to be part of New Zealand’s 5G mobile network build at the China Business Summit in Auckland this morning. And it has called on GCSB Minister Andrew Little to meet with them to discuss the issue. Andrew Bowater, Huawei NZ’s deputy chief executive, told delegates Huawei had a 14-year history in New Zealand, and had opened itself up to “unprecedented” scrutiny via the UK’s intelligence and security network GCHQ. He c...

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