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Telecoms and the Huawei conundrum

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  • Claude Barfield

    (American Enterprise Institute)

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Chinese telecom-equipment maker Huawei has become a global corporate giant, yet security concerns from US officials have kept it from gaining a foothold in America, intensifying US-China tensions. In a time of great economic need, US desire for foreign direct investment from China is clashing with fears over cyber attacks from organizations suspected to be under Beijing’s influence.

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Paper provided by American Enterprise Institute in its series Working Papers with number 32678.

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Date of creation: Nov 2011
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Handle: RePEc:aei:rpaper:32678

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Keywords: U.S. - China relations; telecommunications; foreign direct investment; cyber security; AEI Economic Studies Series;

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