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Taiwan and US join forces on 5G security in move to exclude China

Joint declaration bolsters 'Clean Network' initiative as Huawei fights for future

One of the key battlegrounds in the U.S.-China tech cold war is 5G telecommunications technology.   © Nikkei montage

TAIPEI -- Taiwan and the U.S. on Wednesday issued a joint declaration on 5G security, strengthening their cooperation under Washington's "Clean Network" initiative to block major Chinese tech companies including Huawei.

The joint declaration -- announced by officials from the American Institute in Taiwan, the de facto embassy on the self-ruled democratic island, and top officials from Taiwan's Foreign Ministry and National Communication Commission -- comes amid warming ties between the two governments and an ever-icier tech cold war between the U.S. and China.

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