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  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

  Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".Huawei offers to sign 'no#标题分割#ChinesetelecommunicationsgiantHuaweiiswillingtosignno-spyingagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUnitedKingdom's,accordingtothecompany'schairman.Hemadetheofferafterconcernswereraisedthatthecompany'sequipmentcouldbeusedforsurveillance.SpeakingonavisittoLondon,LiangHuasaid:"Wearewillingtosignno-spyagreementswithgovernments,includingtheUKgovernment,tocommitourselvestomakingourequipmentmeettheno-spy,no-backdoorsstandard."Huaweiisagloballeaderininformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutions.Somegovernments,though,haveexpressedconcernaboutthecompany'sinvolvementintheir5GnetworksoverfearsthatitcouldinstallspywareandactonbehalfofChina'sgovernment.Huaweihasrepeatedlydeniedsuchclaims.TheUnitedStateshasbeenactivelypressuringothercountriesnottouseHuawei's5Gnetworksandhascalledthetechnology"untrustworthy".AndReutersnewsagencyhasreportedthatUSPresidentDonaldTrumpwillsignanexecutiveorderthisweektoprohibitUScompaniesfromusingtelecommunicationsequipmentmadebythecompany.SpeakingonBBCRadio4'sTodayprogram,TimWatkins,Huawei'svice-presidentforwesternEurope,said:"Ourfounder,MrRen(Zhengfei),hasmadeitclearthathehasneverbeenaskedtohandoveranycustomerdataorinformationandhehasmadeitclearthat,ifasked,hewouldrefuseand,ifitwasattemptedtobeenforced,hewouldshutthecompanydown."AlimitedroleTheBritishgovernmentisduetorevealinareviewofthecountry'stelecommunicationsinfrastructurewhetheritplanstoallowHuaweitoparticipateinthebuildingoftheUnitedKingdom's5Gnetwork.Earlythismonth,leakedinformationfromameetingoftheUK'sNationalSecurityCouncilindicatedtheBritishgovernmentplanstoallowHuaweitohavealimitedroleinbuildingthecountry's5Gnetwork.Shortlyafterthestorywasleaked,PrimeMinisterTheresaMaysackedDefenseSecretaryGavinWilliamsonforallegedlyleakingtheinformation,achargeWilliamsonstronglydenied.OnTuesday,VodafoneannounceditwillgoliveintheUKwithits5Gnetwork,relyingonHuawei,inpart,toprovidetheservice.AnindependentstudybytheglobaladvisorycompanyOxfordEconomicsshowsHuaweisupportsmorethan26,000UKjobs,eitherdirectlyorthroughitssupplychain.Thereportshowsthecompanystimulateda1.7-billion-pound(.19billion)contributiontotheUK'sGDPin2018.Anditinvested112millionpoundslastyearintheUKonresearchanddevelopment,alsoemployingmorethan300researchersintheUK.Inaddition,itcollaboratedwith35universitiesandresearchinstitutes,accordingtothereport.TheindependentstudywasunveiledatHuawei's2019UKPartnerSummit.JerryWang,HuaweiUKCEO,saidthe"findingsproveHuawei'svalueandcontributiontotheUKeconomy".

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