ANALYSIS That the British report into Huawei's operations in the UK used strong language to point out the engineering deficiencies in the company's approach, and then did not recommend a ban on using its equipment in telecommunications is indeed puzzling.
A British report into Huawei's operations in the UK has found "concerning issues" in the company's approach to software development, significantly increasing risk to operators and needing ongoing management and mitigation.
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