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GroenLinks wants no Huawei equipment for Dutch 5G networks

Thursday 7 February 2019 | 20:15 CET | News
The GroenLinks party believes that the government should not allow Huawei 5G equipment in Dutch 5G networks. According to MPs Jesse Klaver and Bram van Ojik, working with Huawei presents an unacceptably high risk due to possible ties between the business sector and China's Communist Party.

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Companies: Ericsson / Huawei / Nokia
Countries: Netherlands
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