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WeRide hits the open road; UK to order removal of Huawei systems

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Good morning, Here’s Monday's edition of Asia AI News! The weekend's big news is obviously the UK's T
 
July 13 · Issue #270 · View online
Asia AI News
Good morning,
Here’s Monday’s edition of Asia AI News!
The weekend’s big news is obviously the UK’s Telegraph newspaper’s story that the British government will set a deadline of 2025 for removing 5G equipment made by Huawei.
Earlier last week British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had signalled the UK’s shifting its stance on Huawei and that his government could further limit Huawei’s role in building Britain’s 5G network.
The news prompted a flurry of media stories and is bound to run for a while yet. Scroll down for some of the key stories below.
Meanwhile, Singapore-based smart city and IoT consultant Charles Reed Anderson has done a great review of smart city rankings. Watch Charles break down what’s wrong with smart city rankings here.
Have a great week!
/Carrington

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Privacy
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Geopolitics
UK expected to order removal of Huawei 5G equipment by 2025 UK expected to order removal of Huawei 5G equipment by 2025
UK-China ties freeze with debate over Huawei, Hong Kong
Opinion: China will punish Britain for defying its will. We need allies to hold the line
UK mobile operators warn removing Huawei tech would cost ‘low billions’ and take five years
Huawei to request UK to delay 5G network removal
Trump says U.S.-China relationship is 'severely damaged,' phase 2 trade deal not a priority
Coronavirus, US-China trade war see 95 per cent of American firms wanting to ditch Chinese suppliers
Huawei believes it can supply 5G kit to UK despite US sanctions
A new world war over technology
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