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Huawei is 'extension of Chinese surveillance state': Former Canadian prime minister
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Former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper discusses foreign trade, Huawei and the dangers of nuclear weaponry in Iran.
The United States has called Huawei a threat to national security, but the Shenzen, China-based tech company is growing its presence in America’s northern neighbor.
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In December 2019, the Associated Press reported Huawei will be moving its U.S. research center to Canada due to sanctions placed on it by the Trump administration.
Huawei is a large commercial provider in his country, but officials recognize the threat it poses to Canadian national security, former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said on "Mornings with Maria" on Friday.
HUAWEI MOVING US RESEARCH CENTER TO CANADA
“Certainly when we were in government, all of our national security experts agreed that deep penetration of Huawei into our systems, into government systems, into 5G networks would be an unequivocal threat to national security,” Harper told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo.