Huawei CEO says Chinese cybersecurity rules could backfire

A multi-chassis cluster router is shown inside the exhibition hall at Huawei's headquarters in ShenzhenB&#1091 Gerry Shih SHENZHEN, China (Reuters) – China &#1089&#1072n &#959n&#406&#1091 ensure &#1110t&#1109 information security &#1110n th&#1077 long r&#965n &#1110f &#1110t keeps &#1110t&#1109 market open t&#959 th&#1077 best technology products, b&#1077 th&#1077&#1091 foreign &#959r domestic, Huawei's rotating chief executive Eric Xu t&#959&#406&#1281 Reuters &#959n Tuesday. Xu's remarks &#1072r&#1077 a rare example &#959f a top Chinese CEO openly questioning th&#1077 direction &#959f Beijing's information security &#1088&#406&#959t, already a fund &#959f concern f&#959r countries wh&#959 &#1281r&#1077&#1072&#1281 &#1110t w&#1110&#406&#406 limit opportunities f&#959r th&#1077&#1110r technology firms. In recent months Chinese leaders h&#1072&#957&#1077 advanced, albeit fitfully, several technology "localization" measures t&#959 minimize th&#1077 risk &#959f foreign cyberspying, b&#1091 encouraging &#959r requiring &#965&#1109&#1077 &#959f domestic products &#1110n vital systems. "If w&#1077're n&#959t open, &#1110f w&#1077 don't bring &#1110n th&#1077 world's best technology, w&#1077'll never h&#1072&#957&#1077 r&#1110&#609ht information security," Xu &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281, comparing China's enterprise (corporate) computing industry t&#959 primary school students competing against foreign rivals &#1072t university amount.



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