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According to the report of the Australian "The Australian", the Australian Labour Party member Michael Danby urged the government to resist pressure and not to approve the country's telecom operators to purchase Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE's 5G network equipment, and The warning states that these companies are "controlled" by the Chinese government.
Prior to Michael Danby’s comments, US Republican Senator Marc Rubio said that a potential bill prohibiting Chinese companies such as ZTE from operating in the United States would gain overwhelming support from the US Congress.
In a speech to Parliament last night, Michael Danby urged Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to do the same when he was the Minister of Communications to prevent Huawei from bidding for the National Broadband Network (NBN).
Michael Danby said, "Now, Malcolm Turnbull and his government must resist the temptation of commercial interests. This is obviously from the incompetence of the bureaucrats. They can't understand the Chinese companies that are either controlled by state-owned enterprises or controlled by the Chinese government. The impact of buying 5G network equipment will be what I call Huawei and ZTE."
He then quoted Duncan Lewis, director general of the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO), as warning that the level of foreign intervention in Australia has never been so high. He warned: "Let me make a loud appeal to the Parliament, the media and the Australian public: Australia's 5G network cannot be sold to these companies."
Michael Danby said that Australia’s growth in exports to China has increased from A$16.9 billion in 2010-11 to A$47 billion in 2015-16, indicating that the concern that Australia’s exercise of sovereignty will hurt Chinese investment is “almost unfounded.” ".
A Huawei spokesperson responded that Mr. Dandy is not aware of the operation of 5G.
"Huawei does not own a network. We provide the world's best telecommunications equipment. Millions of Australians currently use these devices on mobile networks through Vodafone, TPG and Optus every day."
“Because Huawei has improved and improved the network of Vodafone and Optus behind Australia, Australia finally has a competitive telecommunications market.”
"Mr. Danby's idea of banning Huawei in Australia will lead to rising consumer costs and the reduction of global leading technology, which will lead to a decline in productivity and competitiveness."
"We are very happy to discuss the issue of cybersecurity seriously, but this needs to be based on facts and not because of our Chinese background."