Britain's review of its 5G network resilience is still ongoing, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday after the Financial Times reported that security chiefs had concluded they could manage any risks arising from Huawei's involvement.
According to the BBC, the United Kingdom government is set to decide in March or April whether United Kingdom networks such as Three, Vodafone, and EE, will be permitted to use Huawei technologies in the future.
Geng accused the United States of using "political means" to interfere in economic activity, "which is hypocritical, immoral and unfair bullying".
The company has said it is open to supervision from the European Union if it helps assure governments, and has openly invited concerned stakeholders to come and see for themselves what Huawei is and isn't doing.
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If Britain gives Huawei a cautious green light, it will allow Canada room to make an independent decision, said Wesley Wark, an intelligence expert who teaches at the University of Ottawa.
The US has banned federal funding for tech powered by Huawei, whilst several other countries, including Canada and New Zealand have either banned or are expected to ban Huawei infrastructure from new networks.
Huawei is the world's No. 1 telecom supplier and No. 2 smartphone maker. The U.S. has accused her of fraud and violating worldwide sanctions against Iran, which she and Huawei have both denied.
Despite the controversy and the US ban, there hasn't been any publicly available evidence that Huawei has ever spied on the Chinese government. It will be up to the country's government to decide whether to take the NCSC's advice on board.
The NCSC didn't immediately respond to a request for confirmation and comment. The National Cyber Security Centre said this summer that it had concerns about the engineering and security of Huawei's networks.