Leaked docs allege Huawei helped build North Korea’s 3G wireless networks: Report

From zdnet.com

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Huawei reportedly helped build North Korea’s commercial 3G wireless network, according to internal documents leaked by a former employee.

The documents obtained by The Washington Post— which includes past work orders, contracts, and spreadsheets — allegedly reveal that Huawei partnered with a Chinese state-owned firm, Panda International Information Technology, on a variety of projects across eight years that focused on building and maintaining a 3G commercial wireless network in North Korea.

In this partnership, Huawei reportedly used Panda International Information Technology to send networking equipment to North Korea that was then used to build the country’s 3G network. 

The former Huawei employee reportedly provided the documents as they “considered the information to be of public interest”, WaPo said.

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