The CIA says that Huawei has received funding from the Chinese Government

Things are complicated for the Asian company in the international scene.

The CIA says that Huawei has received funding from the Chinese Government.


The cross-accusations between Huawei and the United States continue apace, with the latter redoubling the efforts in recent weeks to discredit Asian technology internationally and prevent the implementation of its 5G network technology in deployments that different countries they are carrying or will perform throughout the year. Now it's the CIA, the American intelligence agency.

The British newspaper The Times published this weekend an article in which it says that there is strong evidence, contributed by this research body, that the Chinese company had received different funding from different agencies related to the Government of the country. According to this, the company "has received funds from branches of the state security apparatus of Beijing ... The American intelligence shown to Britain says that Huawei has received money from the People's Liberation Army, the National Security Commission of China and a third branch of the Chinese state intelligence network. "

The data referred to by the newspaper would not have transpired yet in a public way, although they would be domain today of the five countries that make up the Five Eyes alliance (Five Eyes, in Spanish), adding Australia, New Zealand and Canada to the two mentioned. From the Asian company, this information of "accusations without foundation."

Although several countries have already denied the participation of Huawei in the deployment of their 5G networks, in Europe, still no one has taken the final step that could drag other countries to do the same. The United Kingdom could be the first country to consider this cruelly, given that the latest reports in this regard again put on the line the relationship with the Asian company.

For its part, Huawei has been confident in recent weeks of being able to resist any challenge that may come from the United States or other countries, ensuring that they have sufficient capacity to mitigate the possible effects that may cause an extension of the rejection of its mobile connectivity technology.
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