This feature of Business Line breaks down the ongoing dispute between Huawei and the US, gives a glimpse of how Dubai is preparing for Expo 2020 and how crowdfunding is breathing new life into local economies in Senegal.
Euronews asks national security and China experts about the Huawei security concerns.
Huawei had planned for the possibility of a US ban: the company has been developing its own operating system, it has said.
The move came after President Donald Trump declared a national emergency over threats to American technology.
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Trump signs Executive Order to protect US computer networks from 'foreign threats'
PM Theresa May fired Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson after an investigation into government leaks about China's Huawei and Britain's new 5G network
UK police said that a leak from a National Security Council meeting does not amount to a criminal offence,
Brussels moves to protect security amid fears over Chinese 5G development
European Commission recommends steps as some EU countries raise fears about Chinese tech development
It comes after the US embassy in Berlin said the use of untrusted vendors by allies in their 5G mobile networks could jeopardise future sharing of intelligence.
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Huawei launches a foldable smartphone, hitting back at Samsung just days after it launched its Galaxy Fold.
In response to criticism and restrictions imposed by several Western governments, tech giant Huawei warns they may take their business elsewhere.
Germany is considering whether to block Huawei from its 5G networks amid concerns over security, according to reports
Beijing and Ottawa have exchanged accusations after convicted drug smuggler Robert Lloyd Schellenberg’s 15-year jail term in China was replaced with the death penalty.
Poland arrested a Chinese employee of Huawei and a Polish national on charges of spying on Friday, amid increasing criticism of the telecoms equipment maker.
US President Donald Trump would cite national security grounds to sign the executive order, sources have told Reuters.