Huawei and ZTE Respond to U.S. Security Investigation
(Beijing)—Chinese telecommunications giants Huawei and ZTE defended their attempts to expand into American markets Monday after the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee announced that it would investigate whether the companies pose a national security risk.
In a statement, Huawei said the company welcomed an investigation as long as it is "public and justified." ZTE released a statement saying the investigation "will further prove that ZTE is a law-abiding company and a trustworthy business partner to its American clients."
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