China considers Australia’s ban on Huawei “unfair”

China considers Australian government’s ban on Huawei unfair.

“China is deeply concerned about this issue,” said the spokesman of the Commerce Ministry of China, Shen Danyang, adding that Australia should not expel Chinese companies from market competitions in the name of security.

Huawei, the Chinese telecommunication leader was banned by Australia when participating the contracts of broadband networks. Australian government said it was for the security of Australian cyberspace.

According to the representative of the Commerce Ministry of China, Huawei has been operating in Australia for almost ten years with 90 percent of employees of Australian nationality and has never had any problems.

“China and Australia have a bilateral investment treaty and economic cooperation and trade is booming, both parties must create a fair market environment, free and without discrimination, and promote the healthy development of cooperative and constructive Sino-Australian cooperation,” concluded Shen.

Huawei is a leading provider of communications technology and information services, currently it has positioned its products and solutions in over 140 countries serving more than one third of the global population.