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Dutch report warns Chinese monopoly potential bigger than Huawei security risk

Thursday 27 June 2019 | 17:23 CET | News
The Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs (AIV) has presented its report on the balance of power between China and the EU, and the role of the Netherlands. One of the council's conclusions was to not completely exclude Huawei as a supplier of 5G networks and infrastructure. The council added however that there was a great risk of an over-reliance on Huawei and ZTE and therefore, indirectly, on China. This "monopoly position" for Chinese suppliers would mean China could be setting the technology standards of the future via 5G. This would certainly happen if Nokia and Ericsson are

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Companies: Huawei
Countries: Netherlands
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