Is India Betting Big on Huawei?

Poster:Post date:2020-02-08
Issue:(Chinese Politics)
(Foreign Policy, By Harsh V. Pant, Aarshi Tirkey) Indian policymakers thus face a critical choice—one that will require them to carefully weigh and balance a broad range of economic, political, technical, and strategic considerations. As a first step, in December 2019, India’s minister for telecommunications, Ravi Shankar Prasad, announced that all applicants—including Huawei—would be allowed to participant in trials debuting 5G in India. <Accessed 2020-02-08>  
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