Nikkei Asian Review
Taiwan is widening its crackdown on government procurement of Chinese technology to servers, cloud computing and other services and equipment, which is expected to include Alibaba Group Holding, Huawei Technologies, Lenovo Group and Xiaomi, citing security risks.
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Cheng Ting-Fang and Lauly Li , April 20, 2019
Taiwan has joined the wave of countries banning Chinese telecommunications equipment from their networks, drafting a blacklist of products, companies and consultants the telecom industry is barred from using. According to Nikkei, “The official guidelines, disclosed on Friday by the Executive Yuan, Taiwan’s cabinet, will include bans on telecom equipment, surveillance cameras, servers, web cameras, drones, cloud-computing services, software, anti-virus software and consultant agencies from mainland China.”