Huawei reaches out to Indian prime minister seeking level-playing field

Chinese telecom major Huawei has reached out to offices of the Indian Prime Minister Narender Modi and the National Security Advisor seeking a level-playing field in the country’s telecom sector. His comments come weeks after India announced steps to create a list of ‘trusted’ vendors from whom Indian telecom operators can procure telecom equipment. There were media reports that state-run BSNL and MTNL will no longer work with Chinese vendors for network expansion. However, the Indian government has clarified that there is no proposal to ban Chinese vendors. The publication reported that Huawei India has also reached out to various government wings, including the home and telecom ministries.

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