Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s trip to Brussels on 18 March included a public rebuke of the EU for what he described as "abnormal and immoral" attacks against telecom giant Huawei, which has drawn the attention of the United States for the company's potential security risk due to its alleged ties to Chinese intelligence.

The accusations that Huawei is connected to China's spy agencies has led Washington and many in the EU to worry that allowing Huawei to take part in the development of 5G...


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