China's #Huawei is facing a stifling blockade under a global campaign launched by the #unitedstates to tighten it, followed by #British restrictions on the #Chinese company, in compliance with a US government decision to include the Chinese company on its #black_list .
The Chinese government announced on Thursday that it had lodged official protests with the United States after Huawei was banned from buying US goods in a major escalation of the trade war between the two countries. "China will take steps to help its companies improve their ability to cope with the risks," said spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce Kao Feng in a weekly press briefing. 🔅 Fifth generation technologies:
The US president fears China's dominance of fifth-generation technologies and the US slowdown in the region. The current tension could spark a cold technological war between China's giant and the US superpower.
According to interviews with more than 20 Western and current Western officials, the Australians were the first to move on the fifth generation, and the United States slowed down initially, and Britain and other European countries were torn between security concerns and competitive prices. Huawei.
Head of Signal Management in Australia, Mike Bergs, recently explained the reason for the importance of the security of fifth-generation technology, saying it was "an integral part of communications at the heart of the country's critical infrastructure, from electricity to water supply and sanitation." Australians have long had concerns about Huawei in existing networks, but the fifth-generation maneuver has been a turning point.
In a lengthy report, Reuters revealed a number of reasons why the United States had to act against Huawei of China over spying concerns and upsetting the balance of power.
To understand the recent conflict, we must return to early 2018. During this period, the Australian authorities conducted a digital maneuver to ascertain the destructive capability that could be attached to an enemy state after reaching its fifth-generation network. 🔅You can complete this article in MY FACEBOOK PAGE (MOH. Ibrahim Alwejdaney) - 46 minutes ago