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FRANKFURT/BERLIN, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Deutsche Telekom (IOB: 0MPH.IL - news) proposed a series of measures on Wednesday to ensure that future 5G mobile networks are safe, as debate neared a climax on whether to bar Chinese vendors from Germany on national security grounds. The move by Europe's largest telecoms firm came as the government held a first high-level meeting on whether to shut out Chinese suppliers led by Huawei following U.S. warnings that their equipment may contain 'back doors' open to cyber-espionage.
Huawei is a Chinese business which has grown to become the world's largest telecommunications equipment vendor. Reports of its equipment being banned as nations seek to develop their 5G networks show little sign of stopping, and Western bodies including the EU and NATO have been called on to establish a joint position on their security risks. Huawei's equipment occupies every step of the network chain between our laptops and phones through to the data centres hosting the content we want to access.