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US shares fears over Huawei

It is understood Mr Bowers, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, told CBS American companies should avoid Huawei if they had concerns about intellectual property or “the national security of the US”.
It is understood Mr Bowers, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, told CBS American companies should avoid Huawei if they had concerns about intellectual property or “the national security of the US”. Huawei

MONTHS after the Australian Government refused to offer a National Broadband Network contract to Chinese telecommunications company Huawei, a United States congressman has voiced similar concerns.

The US National Business Review reported Congressmen Mike Rogers told a Congress committee warned against using Huawei technology.

It is understood Mr Bowers, a former Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, told CBS American companies should avoid Huawei if they had concerns about intellectual property or "the national security of the US".

His statements come after months of debate over the Australian Government's concerns about the company saw it refused for a major NBN contract.

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