Say what you like about Barnaby Joyce, the Australian deputy prime minister knows when to interject himself into an issue and make himself relevant. He has very finely tuned political antennae.
A British parliamentary committee has found that the process of selecting vendors to supply 5G gear for the country's networks has delayed the rollout and made it more expensive due to the ban on equipment from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies.
The national body representing the electric vehicle industry in Australia, the Electric Vehicle Council, has issued a scathing critique of a Future Fuels discussion paper put out by the Federal Minister for Energy and Emissions Reduction Angus Taylor, describing it as “yet another flaccid, do-nothing document that will prevent Australians getting access to the world’s best electric vehicles.”
The UK is expected to announce this week that it will bring forward its phasing out of the sale of new cars that run on petrol and diesel to 2030.
The US Government has said it will deny visas to employees of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies who are found to be assisting authoritarian governments in violating human rights, including in China's western Xinjiang Province.
The management of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies have requested a meeting with an aide to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as news emerges that the company's gear will be removed from the UK's 5G networks by the end of 2025.
The British Government will reportedly set a deadline of 2025 for the removal of gear made by Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from its 5G networks, a newspaper claims as reported by Reuters.
China's ambassador to the UK, Liu Xiaoming, has indicated that any change in the existing UK stance on telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies would send a bad message to the Chinese business community.
The use of equipment from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies in British 5G networks will be phased out from this year onwards, a report claims.
A plan by Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies to build a £400 million (A$722 million) research and development centre close to Cambridge in the UK is causing some disquiet, The Times claims.
British telco O2 has decided to expand its use of equipment from Swedish firm Ericsson to upgrade its 5G network.
Telecommunications companies in the UK that have already rolled out 5G networks appear to be unwilling to comment on the UK Government's reported changes of policy on the the use of equipment from Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies.
The British Government appears to have changed its mind again on deploying equipment from Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies, if a new report is to be believed.
Ahead of a visit to the US in June, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has decided to reduce the involvement of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies in the country's 5G network to zero by the end of 2023, a report claims.
Next week, Britain will announce essentially the same decision that leaked out in April 2019, and allow Chinese vendor Huawei Technologies to supply 5G equipment for the non-core parts of the country's networks.
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