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RT — Beijing won’t just ‘watch Huawei be slaughtered on the chopping board’, company chief warns US

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China ready to fire back in the trade war? "The Chinese government will not just stand by and watch Huawei be slaughtered on the chopping board," Chairman Eric Xu told reporters at the launch of Huawei's annual report. "Why wouldn't the Chinese government ban the use of 5G chips or 5G chip-powered base stations, smartphones and other smart devices provided by American companies, for cybersecurity reasons?" Hmm. The chairman of Huawei may not speak for the Chinese government, but it is unlikely he would put this out without checking. RTBeijing won't just 'watch Huawei be slaughtered on the chopping board', company chief warns US

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China ready to fire back in the trade war?
"The Chinese government will not just stand by and watch Huawei be slaughtered on the chopping board," Chairman Eric Xu told reporters at the launch of Huawei's annual report.
"Why wouldn't the Chinese government ban the use of 5G chips or 5G chip-powered base stations, smartphones and other smart devices provided by American companies, for cybersecurity reasons?"
Hmm. The chairman of Huawei may not speak for the Chinese government, but it is unlikely he would put this out without checking.

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