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Evil USA will NOT allow China high tech products to penetrate its market. [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2012-1-31 22:56:46 |Display all floors
BingDing69 Post time: 2012-1-31 22:51
hehehe, I am an ex CCP member.

Now, Down with Evil USA Imperialism,  Shout the Slogan with me, 1, ...

The OP is an American provocator located in California.

He's posing as a chauvinist Chinese to make Chinese look bad.

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Post time 2012-1-31 23:03:14 |Display all floors
Yeah, down with your own country.

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The OP is an American provocator located in California.

He's posing as a chauvinist Chinese to make Chinese look bad.

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Post time 2012-1-31 23:21:05 |Display all floors
How many Chinese characters you can read?

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Post time 2012-2-1 03:32:09 |Display all floors
The problem is, that most Chinese companies still don't meet international standards. Most modern Chinese products are either knock-offs or unsave...
But the issue here is Huawei, and Huawei is neither producing knock-offs nor unsafe equipment. Why do certain countries then refuse to allow Huawei products in?

Of course, the easy answer would be that it is all about protectionism and that the US-gov wants to keep jobs in the USA. But why do they then allow products from other Asian countries in while refusing Huawei's products?

To understand this, we have to analyze Huawei itself. Huawei was founded by a communist leader and has been a company with close ties to the Chinese government since. And as every computer-scientists knows, any equipment producer could include loopholes or backdoors into their products in order to facilitate infiltrating the networks they are applied in. For this reason, of course, many people do worry now that the Chinese government could acess the data routed through Huawei equipment and therefore steal even more innovations from the West or access other secret data.

What could Huawei do about it?
Develop products in China but produce them abroad and let experts from the countries to which it wants to sell their products check the blueprints. That'd be pretty much the same way foreign companies could manage to get into the Chinese market.

Why didn't Huawei already do that?
Now that question might be the most interesting one. As it is unlikely that Huawei's consultant aren't smart enough to see this solution, the whole Huawei-case appears to informed observers like a huge propaganda-war between Chinese and the US government, in which China is trying to show that the US aren't accepting Chinese products and the US wants to show that China wants to attack its network.
And according to what I've read so far in this thread, most people, western and Chinese, seem to believe their respective government's propaganda and blame the other side's behaviour.

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