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China’s Huawei says it is open to ‘any ‘ backdoor’ agreement with India

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – China’s Huawei Technologies is willing to enter into a “no-back” agreement with India to prevent the security concerns of the telecom group’s local head said on Monday, as the giant South Asian nation is preparing for the launch of the next-generation 5G networks.

Huawei India’s CEO is Jay Chen of china pose for a photograph at the India Mobile Congress in New Delhi, India, on October 14, 2019. REUTERS/Anushree Fadnavis

In India, the world’s second-largest wireless market by users, will be an airwaves auction for 5G services in March, according to the country’s Telecom Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad.

It should take 5 g of sample, and no decision has been made on whether to allow or to prohibit Huawei from test runs to be in the middle of a U.S.-led push to eliminate it from the China of the tech and telecom group as, say, the gearbox is in “back doors” that could enable China to spy on other countries as well. Beijing refuses to offer this type of plan.

Huawei, which has a 28% global market share in the telecom equipment market, has been closely involved with India to clarify its stand on the 5G solutions and the security of the network, and the great intelligence, in law, Jay Chen, CEO of the India unit, told Reuters in an interview on Monday on the sidelines of India’s Mobile Congress.

“From the very beginning, and I am confident that the Indian industry, the India market will be welcomed Huawei since I’ve contributed a lot to my value,” Chen said. “I’m getting ready to sign a” no-back-door agreement.”

The Shenzhen-headquartered Huawei has been blacklisted by other countries, including the United States of america, Australia, and New Zealand, while others are still evaluating their position.

The indian telecom service providers Bharti Airtel and Vodafone, Idea uses Huawei as well as its European competitors, Nokia and Ericsson, to build on their 2G, 3G and 4G networks, and it has underscored the importance of having all three of these players have in India is to maintain competition, the price and the quality of the service provided.

“If the (Indian) government wants, we are open to any of the source code in an escrow account,” Chen said, adding that the company was prepared to manufacture more of its telecom gear is “local”.

China has asked India not to block Huawei from doing business in the country, warning that there may be implications for Indian companies that have operations in China, Reuters reported earlier.

In a prospective series of Huawei “s participation in India, 5 g of pressure was able to be revived tensions between Beijing and New Delhi, at a time when the two countries’ high-level efforts to ensure their long-standing territorial disputes do not escalate.

China’s President Xi Jinping and Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi last week, in an Indian town, on the beach, and in an attempt to resolve cross-border disputes, trading rows and to ease concerns about China’s close military ties with India’s arch rival Pakistan.

“India can’t afford to have to wait longer for 5G,” Chen said, the focus is on the importance of Huawei’s investment in the country and 5G to start. “I always have to move forward for 5 g of sample, to move forward with a 5G batch.”

Reporting by Sankalp Phartiyal; Editing by Nick Macfie

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