Huawei conducts 5G testing in Nepal with little transparency

According to the latest information, the Chinese telecom giant, Huawei has recently conducted 5G testing in Nepal with little transparency, raising concerns over potential corruption issues and monopoly in the country’s telecom sector, Nepal-based.

Reportedly, the company has tested a 5G technology, with little transparency, in Nepal using a frequency of 2600 MHz.

The testing has raised concerns among authorities and triggered an investigation by the Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) over potential corruption issues.

For your information, the company is already under scrutiny for allegedly being involved in bribery and clandestine operations worldwide, the issue of national security remains a significant concern in its global expansion efforts.

Huawei and its Chinese rival, ZTE, too, have faced corruption investigations in around 21 countries in the past 12 years. Among these cases are allegations of bribery, illegal donations to political parties, and questionable business practices in African countries, including Algeria and Ghana.

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Huawei conducts 5G testing in Nepal with little transparency

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