Here is a round-up of every key developments surrounding Huawei in India so far this week: Huawei offers India a ‘no back door’ pact Amid Huawei's escalated scrutiny in the world on national security issues, Jay Chen, CEO of Huawei India said that the firm was willing to sign a "no back door" pact with the Indian government in an interview with the Economic Times. He also said that Huawei was willing to comply with India's data localisation norms and that it was his "commitment" to store everything in India, "even if India didn't ask for it". A “back door" is a point of access in a network/equipment that guarantees entry into the network/equipment under exceptional circumstances. In its absence, the equipment supplier would not be able to access the customer’s network without consent. He told ET that several potential Chinese investors are waiting in line to invest in India should the country make a favourable call on the company's future here. Government has received six proposals for 5G trials, including from Huawei So far, the government has received six proposals for 5G trials that include China's Huawei and its sister ZTE, IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad informed Lok Sabha yesterday. He was responding to a set of questions raised by opposition MP Ritesh Pandey regarding the government's stance on Huawei's participation in India's 5G trials. The MP also asked if foreign operators will be given equal access to the country’s telecom infrastructure as domestic operators, to which Prasad replied that 5G field…
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