The National Communications Commission (NCC) has confirmed that it has sent letters to all telecommunications operators in order to compel them to submit a list of all network equipment included in past and present procurement projects which was
manufactured by Chinese vendors.
It is reported that – based on the lists compiled by the NCC – the Executive Yuan, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and a national security agency will consider whether to prohibit the import of telecommunications equipment made in China due to national
security considerations. At present, such import is reviewed on a case-by-case basis for special projects reported by local telecommunications operators.
suspended the import of all equipment made in China.
prevention mobilisation and redundancy preparedness. The relevant authorities are also seeking to take this opportunity to address national security concerns arising fromcore network equipment procured by telecommunications operators in Taiwan.
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