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    Default Huawei hits back after calls for ban from Australian 5G infrastructure

    Huawei has taken umbrage at claims it has links to the Chinese government and should be banned from Australian 5G infrastructure.
    Last week, Telecoms reported Australian Labor MP Michael Danby called on PM Malcolm Turnbull to ban Chinese telecoms companies from 5G infrastructure. Danby said they are ‘effectively controlled by Beijing’ and named Huawei and ZTE specifically.
    John Lord, Chairman of Huawei Australia, told Radio National's Breakfast program:
    “Huawei is owned by employees. We have 170,000 employees in the world but it's only owned by 80,000 because we haven't got enough shares.
    There is no ownership by the Government whatsoever — we would term our form of ownership a cooperative in Western societies."
    Turnbull, during his tenure as communications minister, previously barred Huawei from bidding for the National Broadband Network (NBN).
    With its speed and reliability improvements, 5G is being discussed for use in more critical infrastructure than its predecessors. This is why, despite Huawei’s equipment providing around 55 percent of Australia’s 4G infrastructure, there’s renewed fear of its potential influence.

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