Huawei continues to summarize bans in different countries.
New Zealand This Wednesday the last country came in Offer block to use telecommunication equipment manufactured by the Chinese Huawei company due to national security concerns.
The Spark telecommunications company wanted to use the Huawei equipment in its 5G mobile network in New Zealand, but the government's security agency said that the contract would carry significant risks.
The move is part of an increasing increase against the participation of Chinese technology companies in security issues.
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What are the fears?
Many governments suspect Chinese technology because They're afraid that Beijing will force companies like Huawei to help to authorities to access industrial secrets and other confidential information.
In particular, there is concern about the risk of spy by China, some experts claim.
Tom Uren, who is visiting a member of the International Center for Semi-American Policy at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, said that the Chinese government "has clearly demonstrated the intention to bring information for many years."
"The Chinese state has been involved in many types of spyware including the cybernetic and theft of intellectual property," he said.
Close-up links between business and government also caused concerns China may try to "use state-owned companies to allow spyware operations," added Uren.
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Those concerns were exacerbated by new laws introduced last year that require Chinese organizations to work together in national intelligence efforts.
The combination of these laws and the spy background increased the danger that countries are perceived to use companies such as Huawei to ZTE in critical national infrastructure.
"It's hard to argue that they do not represent a high risk," added Uren.
5G networks are being built in a number of countries and this technology will form the important wave of mobile infrastructure.
And since Huawei's largest producer telecommunications producer in the world, the telecommunications company Spark Seland had planned to use Huawei technology in its 5G network.
But the New Zealand Government's Security Communications Office (GCSB) told Spark that the "if it had been implemented, increase the significant risks of national security", The company explained.
Little Little Minister of Intelligence Services, Andrew Little, said that Spark can work with the agency to reduce that risk.
Huawei said: "As the GCSB notes, this is an ongoing process. We will tackle any concerns and we will work together to find the correct route."
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Which countries prohibited Huawei?
New Zealand's decision to stop Huawei is not just for national security reasons.
Australia did the same with Huawei and ZTE so that they do not provide 5G technology to the wireless networks of the country for the same reasons.
On the other hand, Huawei defended his independence and said he was a private company. He also proposed to build an "evaluation and testing" center where the Australian team can review it by the Australian government.
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At the beginning of this year, United States has announced restrictions for Huawei and ZTE to apply for contracts in their territory and later government officials or soldiers prohibited the use of phones from these Chinese companies.
Last week, the newspaper Y Wall Street Journal He reported that the US government tried to persuade wireless service providers to avoid using Huawei equipment.
On the other hand, in The United Kingdom The government says he is still working with Huawei.
"These governors and telecommunications operators work with Huawei at home and abroad to ensure that the UK can continue to benefit from new technology while managing cyber-in-risk risks," said spokesman the UK government at the BBC.
But a security committee warned that he had "Limited warranty" Chinese company's telecommunications equipment is not a threat to national security.
Canada It also carries out security tests since 2013 on telecommunications equipment sold in the country by the big Huawei Chinese.
Similarly, an appraisal was given to the company Germany, Japan and Korea o De.
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But only one country on the side of Huawei is: Papua New Guinea
The Pacific Ocean nation this week will go with agreement to Huawei build its internet infrastructure.
The country has made a significant increase in China's investment over the past decade.
Since its establishment in 1987, Huawei has become a leading supplier of telecommunications equipment worldwide.
The company has around 180,000 workers and operates in 170 countries and regions, according to its website.