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Huawei's bid for Australia's broadband project was rejected on the pretext that there was no "security problem". Huawei refuted: security concerns were groundless. The main reason why Huawei's bid was rejected was that Ren Zhengfei, the president of Huawei, was once a soldier and never accepted media interviews. Australia also believed that Huawei was related to the Chinese government

Huawei's director of external relations, pramo, said that 45 of the world's top 50 telecom service providers are using Huawei's products, and so far there have been no security incidents. This so-called security concern is vague and groundless

Huawei, which has been rejected, is openly arguing through various channels, but the Australian justice minister Nicola roxson has a tough position on this decision. A spokesman of the Australian government said: "as a strategy and an important investment of the government, we have done our best to protect the integrity (of the national broadband) and the information it carries. This is completely consistent with the Australian government's extensive protection of the security and adaptability of important infrastructure."

China Australia bilateral relations may be tested

in fact, Huawei has not been rejected for the first time. In 2008 and 2010, Huawei twice tried to acquire 3Com, a US telecommunications enterprise, which was banned by the US government for national security issues. Just last November, the US Congress said, An investigation will be conducted on whether Huawei and other Chinatelecom (Weibo) enterprises' expansion in the United States has brought threats to the catalysts and wear-resistant coatings of potential automotive components

according to the results released by Huawei in the first half of 2011, the sales revenue of Huawei in the first half of 2011 reached 98.3 billion yuan, an increase of 11% compared with that of the transmission system; The operating profit reached 12.4 billion yuan. The development of Huawei in Australia has also exceeded expectations. It is reported that Huawei has more than 700 employees in Australia

Last year, the bilateral trade volume between China and Australia was 1180 With us $700million, China is Australia's largest trading partner, the largest export destination and the largest import source. According to Australian media reports, the Australian ban on Huawei's bidding will become an important test of Australia's bilateral relations with its largest trading partner, China

xiangligang (microblog), CEO of flying elephant, said in Nandu that the Australian move would have a great impact on the bilateral trade relations. The experimental machine is a technology intensive high-tech product integrating machinery, electricity, material mechanics, experimental standards and computers. The Australian side fabricated reasons to interfere with free competition, which is very different from China allowing foreign equipment manufacturers such as Ericsson (Weibo) and Nokia Siemens to participate in the construction of trunk networks in China. "The Ministry of commerce should come forward to impose sanctions and make a strong response.". Southern Metropolis Daily

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