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Australia Still Refuses to Let Huawei Take Part in National Broadband Network [AFP]

29
Oct
2013

In the summer of 2012, Australia decided to ban Chinese telecoms giant Huawei from bidding for the National Broadband Network (NBN), citing national security concerns. Now, the new government of Prime Minister Tony Abbott plans on maintaining the decision.

According to Attorney General George Brandis, cited by AFP, the government has had some discussions with national security agencies on the topic. Following these talks, it has been decided that the ban imposed by the previous go…

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