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    No China, PLA stake: Huawei

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    The company's statement comes a day after reports that Chinese companies with links to the Chinese state or army might be barred in India.

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    NEW DELHI: Huawei on Tuesday reiterated that neither the government of China nor its People's Liberation Army (PLA) has any stake in it.

    "We would like to clarify that Huawei is a private company wholly owned by its employees. We firmly state that no government agency or outside organisation holds shares in Huawei. Nor do we have any links with PLA or the Chinese government," the company said in a statement to ET.

    It comes a day after reports that Chinese companies with links to the Chinese state or army might be barred in India.

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    12 Comments on this Story

    Nathan Bahirathan22 days ago
    There is nothing private in CHINA. Every aspect of life and business is owned by CCP.
    Rajesh T48 days ago
    Stronger shreds of evidence has proved covert collaboration with PLA and Huawei, going forward Inida needs to developed a strong in-house telecom infrastructure to reduce the dependency to other countries. Privacy is right of every citizen especially in democratic world, unlike communist ruled PLA, where it is opposite.
    Napam62 days ago
    One fine day, CCP justs asks you to hand over all your shares!
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