- Tram Ho
Australian subsidiary of Chinese technology firm Huawei Technologies had to cut its workforce by half after its decision to ban Huawei from deploying 5G network infrastructure due to security concerns. nation.
According to SMH’s report, in an email sent by Huawei’s internal affairs manager, Jeremy Mitchell, Australia’s AMTA (Australian Mobile Telecommunications Australia) Mobile Telecommunications Association, Huawei Australia had to cut 100 employees. .
Mr. Mitchell said in the email: “The ban on deploying 5G network has affected our business when 100 people have lost their jobs and if the 5G ban continues to be brought to Chinese companies, we “That number will continue to increase to more than 400 in the next 5 years .”
” As leaders in our industry, we want to see more struggle for our entire industry, and more importantly, for Australian consumers as happened in Europe and the UK. . ” Mr. Mitchell said in an email to the AMTA Association.
ATMA CEO Chris Althaus said the association was not related to the government’s decision to prevent Huawei from participating in the 5G network deployment.
” We treat all our members equally and as an industry association, we cannot let ourselves sink too deeply into the work of this particular member or city. Other members, we are a whole block of industry . ”
Refer to Yahoo Finance
Source : Trí Thức Trẻ