Without Huawei, Brazil’s 5G network construction will be delayed

According to Xinhua News Agency, Brazilian Vice President Moran stated that since this year, the importance of the Chinese market to Brazil has further increased, and the proportion of Brazilian soybeans, meat and other agricultural and livestock products exported to China has continued to increase. He hopes that in the future the two sides will further realize trade diversification and increase trade in service industries and high value-added products.

Moran said that Chinese-funded enterprises have capital and technological advantages and also have a strong interest in the Brazilian market. The Brazilian government has formulated a series of external bidding plans, hoping that Chinese-funded enterprises will seize opportunities, especially actively invest in infrastructure and other fields, and participate in Brazil’s medium and long-term development. Moran also hopes that China can participate in Brazil’s sustainable development projects in the Amazon region to promote the development of local infrastructure, bioeconomy and low-carbon agriculture.

When talking about the topic of 5G, Moran said that 5G will be an important innovation in the communications field and will help promote the development of industries such as artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things. The Brazilian government will hold a tender for 5G projects in the first half of next year. He said: ” We will not adopt discriminatory policies against companies participating in bidding and restrict companies from specific countries from participating . We will only consider factors such as the technical level of the participating companies, product quality, and whether the offer is competitive.”

Naijatechnews learned that he also emphasized that the Chinese company Huawei has been operating in the Brazilian market for many years and is an important communications equipment supplier. Without Huawei, Brazil’s 5G network construction will be delayed.

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