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Huawei crackdown

US dangles financial aid to anti-Huawei campaign in Asia

Washington urges Japan and Australia's cooperation on 'clean' 5G paths

Keith Krach, second to right, has played a key role in U.S. efforts to boost economic security and decouple from China.   © Reuters

WASHINGTON -- Washington may include financial support in its campaign against the use of Huawei Technologies equipment in 5G infrastructure, a top U.S. diplomat said, as the U.S. looks to bring developing Asian countries in line with its policy.

Huawei is attractive to developing countries with limited resources because its products and services are usually cheaper than alternatives produced by Ericsson and Nokia. But those prices come with a hidden cost, Keith Krach, U.S. undersecretary of state for economic growth, energy and the environment, told a roundtable discussion with Nikkei and other Japanese media.

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