The trump administration is reportedly telling its allies to put some restrictions on the china’s tech company Huawei which is trying to build an infrastructure for building fifth generation’s high-speed network. According to the recent reports which show is that the trump administration has contacted various countries which are the alliance of the US and told them to put a bar on China’s Huawei product by stating some security concerns. Currently, many tech companies are trying to excel in 5G technology sector but Huawei is somewhat ahead of other tech companies, and that’s worrying the USA. Because according to the trump the 5G technology is the key to dominance, and he doesn’t want to see China beating the US into this new business sector. Huawei is under lots of pressures internationally because in some cases it’s been found that the company is leaking its user’s data to the Chinese officials.
The Trump administration has been putting a lot of pressure on the Huawei since it has banned its product in the USA because of the ongoing trade war. However, Huawei has condemned this act of the USA and said that the country is trying to use wrong ways to stop their growth and now they’re seeking help from the UN also. However, The president Trump is not worrying about such allegations because the white house is convincing its allies such as England, Germany, Australia, New Zealand for putting a ban on Huawei’s firms which are trying to build the new 5G technology. According to the reports, the persuasion of the world’s most important nation is affecting, and many countries are now worrying whether they shall allow or not to build the Huawei its 5G technology’s infrastructure.
The US sees the Huawei’s new 5G technology enables devices as the threat to the security and that’s why stopping the company from building its infrastructure plant in many other countries also
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