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Chinese telecom firms hits back at US allegations

(People's Daily Online)

11:12, October 11, 2012

ZTE Corp. has denied U.S. allegations that its products could threaten U.S. state security.(Photo/Xinhua)

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Chinese telecom giants hit back at US allegations

Two telecom giants rejected as "baseless" the findings of a US congressional investigation that accused them of posing a national security risk. [Read more]

ZTE denies U.S. security threat accusation

China's telecom equipment and handset maker ZTE Corp. has denied U.S. allegations that its products could threaten U.S. state security. [Read more]

Huawei says it has no plan for listing in any market

Huawei Technologies Co, the world's second largest telecommunications equipment maker, said Monday it has no listing plans yet, denying the latest rumor about a possible initial public offering to facilitate its overseas business. [Read more]

Editorial: US accusations politicized

With the world's economic recovery showing no signs of improvement, we have seen countries resorting to protectionist measures as the last straw to save their ailing economies. Still, it is shocking to learn that the United States is proposing to shut Chinese companies out of the US market. [Read more]

MOFCOM refutes US report

The US congressional report accusing China's telecom equipment makers of being a potential security risk is based on false assumptions, China's Ministry of Commerce said Tuesday. [Read more]

China 'strongly opposes' US report on telecom firms

Two telecom giants rejected as "baseless" the findings of a US congressional investigation that accused them of posing a national security risk. [Read more]

Interview: ZTE proposes third-party validation to relieve security concerns

Chinese telecom company ZTE has proposed third-party validation to relieve national security concerns, says a ZTE executive. [Read more]

Chinese telecom firms' overseas business mutually beneficial

Chinese telecom companies' cooperation with other countries is mutually beneficial and creates a win-win situation, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said on Wednesday. [Read more]

 



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