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五中 】Exclusive: White House mulls new year executive order to bar Huawei, ZTE purchases

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nt Donald Trump 【港彩一码三中三公司 】is conside【168图库彩图印刷区 】ring an executive order in the new year to declare a national emergency that would bar U.S. companies from using telecommunications equipment made by China’s Huawei and ZTE, three sources familiar with the situation told Reuters. It would be the latest step by th【2016六开彩12生肖表 】e Trump 【跑狗玄机0ne笔记 】administration to cut Huawei Techn【香港赛马会论坛 直播 】ologie【扮猪吃虎野心大打一生肖 】s Cos Ltd [HWT.UL] and ZTE Corp, two of China’s biggest network equipment companies, out of the U.S. mar

ket. The United States says the companies work at the behest of the Chinese government and that their 【曾道免费资料大全版2020 】equipment could be used to spy on Americans. Huawei and ZTE did not return re【六开彩开奖结果查询2016年38期 】quests for comment. 【121老板跑狗 】Both in the past have denied that their products are use【第72期马报资料 】d to spy. Rural operators in the United States are among th【牛魔王管家婆信封彩图a 】e biggest customers of Huawei and ZTE, and worry that they may also have to rip out existing Chinese-made equipment without compensation. Industry officials are divide【王中王1o7平特一肖 】d on whether the administration could legally compel operators to do that. The executive order, which has been under consideration for more than eight months, could be issued as early as January and would direct the Commerce D【每晚开什么特马资料 】epartment to block U.S. companies from buying equipment from foreign telecommunications makers that pose significan【香港护民图库二期刊 】t national【2020葡京赌侠另版资料 】 security risks, sources from the telecoms industry and the admin【精准一肖中特诗句 】istration said. While the【香港六合内部玄机马报 】 order is unlikely to name Huawei or ZTE, a source said it is expecte【白小姐波色玄机网王 】d that Commerce officials would

interpret it as authorization to limit the spread of equipment made by the【九九归一合五数猜生肖 】 two c【香港另版挂牌号码.com 】ompanies. The sources said the text for the order has not been finalized. T【管家婆婆168 】he Un【格杀,完美六肖, 】ited States and China are locked in a trade war that has disrupted the flow of hundreds of billions of dollars of goods. The executive order would i【47776王中王三中 】nvoke the International Emergency Economic Powers A【2020正版免费全年资料管家婆 】ct, a law that gives the president the authority to regulate commerce in response to a national emergency that threatens the United States. The issue has new urgency

as U.S. wireless carriers look for partners as they pre【精准单双各四肖中特料 】p【网址首页一利民奇才网 】are to adopt next generation 5G wireless networks. In August, Trump signed a bill that barred the U.S. government itself from using Huawei and ZTE equipment. A White House official said the United States was “wo【特彩吧报码记录 】rking across government and with our allies and like-minded partners to mitigate risk【2016正版特码先锋诗 】 in the deployment of 5G and other communications infrastructure, but stated that the White House had nothing further to announce. The Wall Street Journal first reported in Ma【88233六肖中特周敏敏 】y that the order was und【花旦带胡孑打一肖 】er consideration, but it was never issued. FILE PHOTO: A man walks past a sign board of Huawei at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) Asia 2018 in Shanghai, China June 1

4, 2018. REUTERS/Aly SongChina’s Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on Thursday that she did not want to comment on the order as it had not been officially confirmed. “It’s best to let facts speak for themselves when it comes to secu【香港六和葡京赌侠2014年全年资料 】rity problems, Hua【113期四不像心中一肖 】 said. “Some countries have, without any evidence, and making use of national security, tacitly assumed crimes to politicize, and 【仙女玉女来贺礼打一肖 】even obstruct and restrict, normal technology exchange activities, she added. &ldq

uo;This in reality is undoubtedly shutting oneself off, rather than being the door to openness, progress and fairness. HIT TO RURAL NETWORKS While the big U.S. wireless companies have cut ties with Huawei in particular, small rural carriers have relied on Hu【香港114期:四不像解肖 】awei an【玄机图出个饿字 】d ZT

E switches and other equipment because they tend to be less expensive. Huawei is so central to small carriers that William Levy, vice president for sales of Huawei Tech USA, is on the board of directors of the Rural Wireless Association.【二四六发财报资料 免费 】 The RWA represents carriers with fewer than 100,000 subscribers. It estimates that 25 perce【美女六肖图991996 】nt of its members had Huawei or ZTE eq【二三开头带福音打一肖 】uipment in their networks, it said

in a filing to the Federal Communications Commi【推算期期七码中特 】ssion earlier this month. The RWA is concerned that an execu【031期跑狗图正版彩图 】tive order could force its members to remove ZTE and 【买一肖50中多少 】Huawei equipment and also bar future purchases, said

Caressa Bennet, RWA general counsel. It woul

d cost $800 million to $1 billion for all RWA members to replace t【跑狗玄机图1 】heir Huawei and ZTE equipment, Bennet said. Separately, the FCC in April granted initial approval to a regulation that bars giving federal funding to help pay for telecommunication infrastructure to companies that purchase equipment from firms deemed threats to U.S. national security, which analysts have said is aimed at Huawei and ZTE. The【开码结果2020今晚现场 】 FCC is

a【香港马会十二生肖号码 】lso considering whether to require carriers to remove and replace equipment from firms deemed a national security risk. In March, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said &ldqu【030期跑狗图吧 】o;hidden ‘back doors’ 【2017年马报第十期 】to our networks in routers, switches — and virtually any other type of telecommunications equipment - can prov【银山马会 地址 】ide an avenue for hostile governments to inject viruses, launch denial-of-service attacks, steal data, and more. FILE PHOTO - The logo of China's ZTE Corp is seen

on the building of ZTE Beijing research and

development center in Beiji【八八大发吉祥猜一肖 】ng, China June 13, 2018. REUTERS/Jason LeeIn the December filing, Pine Belt Communications in Alabama estimated it would cost $7 million to $13 million to replace its Chinese-made equipment, while Sagebrush in Montana said replacement would cost $57 million and take two years. Sagebrush has noted that Huawei products are significantly cheaper. When looking for【报飞艇开奖记录 】 bids in 2010 for its network, it found the cost of Ericsson equipment to be nea【7尾中特公式 】rly four times the cost of Huawei.

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