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Post time 2012-3-30 05:02:12 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Canuckasian at 2012-3-30 05:02

For the Chinese who thinks that China should join the West, here's an article :

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2012/mar/29/huawei-ban-cyber-cold-war

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Post time 2012-4-1 17:21:17 |Display all floors
For Chinese who think only China can ban companies from investing in their country....here comes the world!

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Post time 2012-4-7 23:52:45 |Display all floors
This post was edited by sansukong at 2012-4-9 00:05

China says Australia's Huawei ban 'unjust'


Last Updated(Beijing Time):2012-04-06 22:54
A spokesman with China's commerce ministry said Friday that it was "unjust" for the Australian government to ban Chinese telecom equipment company Huawei from bidding on local broadband network contracts.
China is "deeply concerned" over the matter, said Shen Danyang, a spokesman with the Ministry of Commerce.
Huawei Technologies has been rejected by the Australian government from bidding for work on a 35.9-billion-Australian-dollar high-speed broadband network for cyber security reasons.
Australia should not expel Chinese companies from fair market competitions in the name of security, Shen said.
Huawei has provided broadband network equipment and services for many countries around the globe, and Huawei Australia, which was bidding for the contract, has been operating in Australia for almost 10 years without any unfavorable record, he said.

Nearly 90 percent of employees of Huawei Australia are Australian, Shen added.
The spokesman stressed that China and Australia have signed a bilateral investment treaty, and that trade and economic cooperation have boomed between the two countries in recent years.
Therefore, both sides should create a fair and discrimination-free market environment and promote the healthy development of Sino-Australian economic and trade cooperation with an open, cooperative and constructive attitude, he said.

China calls for equal treatment in AustraliaThe Foreign Ministry on Wednesday urged the Australian government "to remove blinkers" toward investors from China and stop thwarting the ordinary business plans of Chinese enterprises.

China hopes for fair market for Chinese companies in Australia
China hopes relevant Australian departments will create a fair and non-discriminatory market environment for Chinese companies, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said at a regular press briefing Wednesday.
Ban on Huawei may damage China-Australia ties
Australia's New South Wales (NSW) Premier Barry O'Farrell said here on Wednesday that the Federal Government's decision to ban China's Huawei from tendering for the National Broadband Network (NBN) contracts was illogical and " a huge insult" to the Chinese telecoms giant.


Huawei makes concessions to revive bid
Chinese telecommunications equipment maker Huawei Technologies made various concessions to the Australian government after being blocked from the country's US$38 billion National Broadband Network (NBN) project over securityconcerns.


Australia blocks Huawei from broadband bid

Australia has blocked China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd from tendering for contracts in the country's $38 billion National Broadband Network (NBN), claiming security concerns, Huawei said on Monday.




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Post time 2012-4-8 18:10:21 |Display all floors
Good post, Sans. Here is a reply, point by point.
Point 1:  The action is just, but Australia knows China will be angry about the action.
Point 2:  Huawei has provided communication systems to countries around the world, however, a number of their security services have recommended against this. Money talks!
Point 3:  Trade and economic ties HAVE boomed between our two countries.
Point 4:  There should be a fair trading environment, but there is not. Chinese economists will not deny that many major Chinese companies are closely connected to and supported by the state. This is the problem with Huawei.

Just like China, Australia tries to protect itself. This is one hard decision that had to be made. China would have done exactly the same thing.

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Post time 2012-4-8 18:13:14 |Display all floors
Nothing compared to the number of Western internet companies blocked access to the Chinese market, only to mention google.

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