U.S. Intelligence Says Huawei Is Funded By Chinese State Security

Forbes: CIA Offers Proof Huawei Has Been Funded By China's Military And Intelligence

In the battle between Washington and Huawei, there has long been the taunt from Shenzhen that U.S. officials have failed to produce any evidence of actual collusion between the telecom equipment giant and the Chinese state. Has that now changed?

On Saturday, the Times reported that such evidence exists, it has just not been openly published. According to the newspaper's U.K. source, Huawei "has received funding from branches of Beijing’s state security apparatus... American intelligence shown to Britain says that Huawei has taken money from the People’s Liberation Army, China’s National Security Commission and a third branch of the Chinese state intelligence network."

Earlier this month, Joy Tan, Huawei's chief global communicator, told me that "the assumption that the Chinese government can potentially interfere in Huawei’s business operation is completely not true. Huawei is a private company. The Chinese government does not have any ownership or any interference in our business operations."

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More News On U.S. Intelligence Saying That Huawei Is Funded By Chinese State Security

U.S. intelligence says Huawei funded by Chinese state security: report -- Reuters
US intel accuses Huawei of being funded by Chinese state security: report -- The Hill
CIA warns Britain over China's secret funding of Huawei as tech giant bids to supply 5G mobile network across UK -- Daily Mail
Huawei ‘received funding from Chinese spy and security agencies,’ CIA warns UK intelligence chiefs -- The Independent
The CIA says that China’s security agencies provided funds for Huawei: report -- The Verge
CIA claims Huawei is funded by Chinese state security -- Endgadget
Where is Huawei banned from working on critical networks? -- The Guardian

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