In interviews overnight with the Economist and the New York Times, the Chinese technology giant, Huawei, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Ren Zhengfei made a proposal to sell its 5G know-how to a Western firm, in an effort to address security concerns.
A buyer would then be free to change the software code.
Would be a way to ease US (and allies) security concerns, without Huawei's involvement.
The above headline is likely to add to the renewed optimism seen around the US-China trade spat, as the lower-level talks between both the countries are likely to take place in Washington next week.
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