|Bid||8.38 x 0|
|Ask||8.46 x 0|
|Day's range||8.35 - 8.35|
|52-week range||5.57 - 8.74|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||N/A|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
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Britain's government made a firm decision to allow China's Huawei to have a role in building the country's 5G phone network and as far as the foreign ministry's top official understands it is not being reopened, he said on Tuesday. Britain decided in January to allow Huawei into what the government said were non-sensitive parts of its 5G network, capping its involvement at 35%.
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The government defeated a rebellion in parliament by lawmakers in the ruling Conservative Party over the role of Chinese technology company Huawei in the development of Britain's 5G networks. Rebel Conservative lawmakers had proposed a change to the Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill, which would have required Huawei to have been eliminated from the country's 5G networks by Dec. 31 2022. Parliament rejected the amendment, with the government winning the vote by 306 to 282.
Britain's digital minister Oliver Dowden said on Tuesday the government was not in a position to set out a specific date to strip out "high-risk" vendors, such as China's Huawei, from its future 5G network but would give lawmakers a say over new laws. Dowden was trying to ease concerns among a group of Conservative lawmakers, who have threatened to rebel against the government over Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to allow Huawei a role in building the country's 5G network, unless ministers commit to an end date. "We're not in a position today to set out a specific date or timetable for reaching no high-risk vendors, that would require a new decision to be taken by the National Security Council," he told parliament.
Members of the U.S. Congress on Wednesday took another step to try to prod Britain to reverse its decision to allow China's Huawei Technologies Co to build portions of the UK's next generation 5G networks. Republican senators Tom Cotton, Ted Cruz, Josh Hawley and Marco Rubio proposed legislation requiring the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States to review Britain's place on the foreign investment "whitelist," which exempts some Australian, Canadian and UK companies from increased U.S. scrutiny of their foreign investments.
Lawmakers from Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party are set on Tuesday to back a strategy paper that stops short of banning China's Huawei from taking part in the rollout of Germany's 5G network. The move would rebuff U.S. President Donald Trump's calls on Washington's allies to bar the Chinese telecoms giant from next-generation networks after Britain stopped short of an outright ban and the European Union backed a rules-based approach. Leading Christian Democrat lawmakers signed off on the four-page paper on Monday evening after weeks of wrangling with hardliners who sympathise with U.S. warnings that Huawei's gear is not safe and it is beholden to Beijing.
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Malaysia will start a nationwide demonstration of 5G projects next month, a minister said on Tuesday, indicating it was on track to become one of the first Asian countries to launch the technology. The government has said it wants to start rolling out the ultra-fast mobile internet service early next year, and unlike Vietnam and some developed nations, is not averse to letting its telecom companies work with China's Huawei. Huawei, the world's largest telecom equipment maker, was put on a U.S. blacklist in May after Washington said its equipment could be used for spying, a charge the company denies.
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Telenor expects to decide on its supplier of 5G technology in the fourth quarter of 2019, its CEO told Reuters, despite having as yet no clarification from Norwegian authorities as to whether Huawei can be one of them. The Nordic country's government has for months been assessing measures to reduce potential vulnerabilities in its telecoms industry and, like other U.S. allies, is under pressure from Washington not to allow the Chinese company as a supplier.