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Huawei offers to build cyber security center in Poland

Move comes less than month after employee's arrest on spying charges

Huawei is trying to offer assurances that its tech does not contain "back doors" for Chinese intelligence.   © Reuters

WARSAW (Reuters) -- China's Huawei has offered to build a cyber security center in Poland where last month authorities arrested a Chinese employee of the telecommunications firm along with a former Polish security official on spying charges.

"We are ready to establish a cyber security center in Poland if authorities accept this as a trusted solution," Tonny Bao, head of Huawei in Poland, told a news conference on Wednesday.

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