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kq4ym
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kq4ym,
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1/30/2018 | 9:03:09 AM
Re: Huawei should be permanently banned from any US sales
The ups and downs of protectionism will continue as they have for centuries as nations develop competitie advantages and others try to cut them out of the market, and as fears of the other "tribe" grow stronger and regulations attempt to keep them at bay.
amsa44
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1/16/2018 | 10:18:42 PM
Huawei-US
I think this is not the right way to go. Huawei becomes larger and a powerfull company because of hard work! The US can keep doing the same like let Huawei build the core network and use US company device like CISCO to protect the edges of the Network. 

This is competition US be fair!

 
lightreceding
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1/16/2018 | 4:09:27 PM
Huawei and Cisco
Huawei was found to be in possession of Cisco source code in a lawsuit from 2004. They were also rumored to have backdoors that the Chinese government could access. I heard that Cisco was behind the ban on Huawei in 2012 and that Chambers lobbied congress to get it. Cisco is probably pushing to get Huawei permanently banned from the US.
mendyk
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1/16/2018 | 9:40:23 AM
Re: Huawei should be permanently banned from any US sales
I guess resurrecting a form of the Chinese Exclusion Act (enacted in 1882) could be seen by some as part of a grand plan to Make America Great Again. As for relying on only home-grown telecom products, let's try it. What could go wrong, for instance?
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1/15/2018 | 1:39:44 PM
Re: Huawei should be permanently banned from any US sales
 

I have always thought that we needed to have an open dialogue about telecom as a strategic technology and our ability to supply ourselves with equipment.

Permanent Ban?  Not so sure on that one.  Should we stop the US from using Exxon, Chevron, Texaco, Marathon, and BP because they were all formerly part of or have substantial roots in Standard Oil?  We might not want to do business with one or more of those firms for other reasons, but it seems to me that what John D. Rockefeller didshould not have any consequence on our views today.

 

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