After investigating the controversial Chinese telecoms equipment manufacturers Huawei and ZTE, the US House of Representatives seems to be determined not to let either of the companies do business in the United States, considering them both a security threat.
On Monday, The Intelligence Committee will release a report which focuses on the two organizations, TechCrunch reports
Furthermore, officials plan not only to ensure that Huawei and ZTE will never sell their products to government agencies, but they also want to warn the private sector of the “espionage threat.”
Huawei and ZTE have often attempted to clear their reputations in the past, and they still try to do so. However, as each day goes by, more and more countries begin to see them as the enemy's ally
For Huawei, this isn’t the first time when they’re shunned by a country. Australia decided not to let the company handle the national broadband network
after experts highlighted
the existence of alleged backdoors in their devices.