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Now Britain is reportedly the latest to make Huawei pay for its suspect technology

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A hostess speaks about the new Huawei smartphone pay service during a press conference and launch of new 5G Huawei products at the Huawei Beijing Executive Briefing Centre in Beijing on January 24, 2019.

Britain may become the latest among the Western alliance nations to ban China's global telecom giant Huawei from involvement in any future tech projects, according to a Friday report in the British tabloid, The Sun. Huawei and Chinese firms like it are set to be legally blocked from participating in any 5G mobile networks rollouts in the UK and all "strategically significant" technology, The Sun reports. The report is another blow to the former flagship for Chinese mobile technology. The new laws on foreign investment in the UK will reportedly come into effect when the current European Union legislation no longer applies, should Brexit go ahead as planned at the end of March.

New laws in Britain would make the country the latest among the Western alliance nations to ban China's global telecom giant Huawei from involvement in any future tech projects, according to a Friday report in the British tabloid The Sun.

The new laws on foreign investment in the UK will be implemented to replace the current European Union legislation that will no longer apply to public procurement, if and when Brexit comes into effect.

The Sun reports that those changes will permit the British government to ban Huawei and firms like it from access and involvement in sensitive UK tech projects, the newspaper reported on Friday.

According to The Sun, there are fears within and without British government that leaving the door ajar for Huawei and other Chinese telecom technology producers — particularly when it comes to the rollout of next-generation 5G mobile networks.

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