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A group of telecommunications companies is making the case that more money is needed to rip and replace Huawei and ZTE equipment.
Yesterday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) released a study on “Patenting Activity among 5G Technology Developers.” One key takeaway is that "[t]he findings of the report call into question claims that any single firm or country is 'winning' the 5G technology race."
In a February 1 discussion in the Canadian House of Commons, conservative MP Ed Fast, a former Minister of International Trade, pressed François-Philippe Champagne, the Trudeau government's Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, on issues related to allowing Huawei to participate in Canada's 5G network and the approval of the
Investment Arbitration Reporter reported yesterday that Huawei "has made good on an earlier threat to lodge arbitration proceedings against Sweden under the China-Sweden bilateral investment treaty (BIT)" in relation to Sweden's ban on Huawei's participation in its 5G network, and that the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID)
During a December 2 session of the Canadian House of Commons, Conservative MP Ed Fast pressed François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of of Innovation, Science and Industry in the Trudeau government, on whether a ban on Huawei in Canadian 5G networks would be forthcoming. A decision on this issue has been rumored
New House Bill Would Restrict American Rescue Plan Funds from Being Used to Purchase Chinese Telecoms Equipment
Back in July, Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and Tom Cotton (R-AR) introduced legislation entitled the "American Telecommunications Security Act" to "prohibit federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act from being used to purchase Chinese telecommunications equipment, including from Huawei and ZTE." Now two members of the House of Representatives,