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US Commission to Vote on Proposal to Ban China Mobile From Entering American Market

US Commission to Vote on Proposal to Ban China Mobile  From Entering American Market

Federal American commission will on Thursday vote against the importation of china mobile into the American market, its Indian American head told lawmakers on Wednesday.

hopefully, the FCC will vote on Thursday to agree with my proposal to ban China Mobile from entering the U.S. market,” Ajit Pai, the Chairman Federal Communication Commission (FCC), told members of Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government during a Congressional hearing.

Mr. Pai acknowledged that certain Chinese suppliers such as Huawei do indeed present a threat to the United States either on their own or because of Chinese domestic law.

“For example, China’s national intelligence law explicitly requires any individual or entity subject to that law to comply with the request for the intelligence services,” he said.

“That is the problem because especially when you are talking about 5G networks that are deployed in one country and could be managed by software that is resident in another country that presents some security risk I think and those risks to me are unacceptable when it comes to the deployment of 5G networks on our shores,” Mr. Pai said.

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