Headline August 13, 2019/ '' ' CHINA -INDIA- CHART ' '' : HUAWEI


IN OCTOBER, PRIME MINISTER NARENDRA MODI will host Chinese President Xi Jinping in the sacred Hindu city of Varanasi, his parliamentary constituency in northern India.

The two are expected to address trade issues including a $53 billion trade deficit in 2018-19 that India is concerned about.

The main right-wing group tied to Modi's ruling alliance, which has a long-standing distrust of China and promotes self-reliance in the economy, has stepped up criticism of Huawei.

''HUAWEI HAS CARRIED OUT OPERATIONS in India for a long time, and has made  contributions in the development of Indian society and the economy that is clear to all,''  spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a statement....................

The Indian foreign ministry did not respond to a request for comment.

NEW DELHI : China has told India not to block its 'Huawei Technologies' from doing business in the country, warning there could be consequences for the Indian firms operating in China., sources with the knowledge of the matter said.

India is due to hold trials for installing a next generation 5G cellular network in the next few months, but has not yet taken a call on whether it would invite the Chinese telecom equipment maker to take part, telecoms minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has said.

Huawei, the world's biggest maker of such gear is at the centre of a geo-political tug-of-war between China and the United States.
U.S. President Donald Trump's administration put the company on a blacklist in May, citing national security concerns.

It has asked its allies not to use Huawei equipment, which it says China could exploit for spying.

Two sources privy to the internal discussions in New Delhi said India's Ambassador in Beijing, Vikram Misri, was called to the Chinese foreign ministry on July 10 to hear China's concerns about the U.S. campaign to keep Huawei out of 5G mobile infrastructure worldwide.

During the meeting, the Chinese officials said there could be ''reverse sanctions'' on Indian firms engaged in business in China should India block Huawei because of pressure from Washington, one of the sources said, citing a readout of the ambassador's meeting.

In response to Reuters' questions, China's foreign ministry said Beijing hoped India would make an  independent decision on  5G bidders.

''Huawei has carried out operations in India for a long time, and has made contributions to the  development of Indian society and the economy that is clear to all,'' spokeswoman Hua Chunying said in a statement.

''On the issues of Chinese enterprises participating in the construction of India's 5G, we hope the Indian side makes an independent and objective decision, and provides a fair, just and non-discriminatory commercial environment for Chinese enterprises' investments and operations, to realize mutual benefit.''

Indian companies have a far smaller presence in China than other major economies. But firms including Infosys, TCS, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Reliance Industries and Mahindra & Mahindra have a foothold there in manufacturing, healthcare, financial services and outsourcing.

A potential row over Huawei could revive tensions in the broader India and China relationship just as the two sides have been making high-level efforts to ensure their long standing territorial disputes do not escalate. 

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