Huawei’s US predicament could spark an intellectual asset trade war 09 Oct 12
A report released yesterday by the US House of Representatives Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has recommended that Chinese telecoms companies Huawei and ZTE should be shut out of the US market. The report suggests that mergers and acquisitions in the US involving the two should be blocked, while the government and US companies should avoid buying equipment from them. The Chinese Foreign Ministry has insisted that Huawei and ZTE operate according to “market economy rules” and has asked the US Congress to “set aside prejudices”.
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