Western governments have been made to fear China’s Huawei, but Ireland’s can’t afford to

//Western governments have been made to fear China’s Huawei, but Ireland’s can’t afford to

Western governments have been made to fear China’s Huawei, but Ireland’s can’t afford to

Fears that Beijing could use Chinese telecoms giant Huawei’s technologies for espionage have led successive Western governments to ban, limit, or review the company’s involvement in their communications networks in recent months. Not so Dublin, Ireland’s capital and a major European tech hub. The government there, led by the centre-right Fine Gael party, has not even hinted of any national security concerns associated with Huawei, which has repeatedly denied that it shares information with the…

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