U.S. security agencies want another Chinese mobile firm kicked out of the states

Almost every Chinese company in the mobile industry is looked at suspiciously by the U.S. government. Huawei and ZTE, both of which produce phones and networking equipment, are considered national security threats in the U.S. That’s because both firms have ties to the communist Chinese government and the fear in the states is that these companies add back doors to their products that secretly collect information and send it to Beijing. Both companies have denied this and no back door has ever been found in any Huawei or ZTE product.
U.S. agencies cite ties between China Telecom and …

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