Huawei has suggested that European Union supervisors oversee the company's cybersecurity practices in order to help convince the western world that it is not helping the Chinese government spy on other countries.
But dumping the telecom company comes at a cost as experts say Huawei is between six months and one year ahead of rivals in terms of the quality of 5G equipment.
At present, the United States has launched an activity to convince European allies to refuse to use Huawei's 5G equipment, saying it has security risks.
Huawei has reportedly said it would take three to five years and a $2 billion investment to resolve the security issues found in a British report last year.
The company also denied previous claims it could be compelled to assist Chinese national intelligence work using information gathered from the UK.
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It is likely that Trump may sign an order banning use of Chinese telecom equipment in US networks citing security issues.
"We would like to reiterate that Huawei has never received any such requests, and in the event that we did receive this type of request, we would categorically refuse to comply with it", Ding added.
Huawei, the world's biggest telecoms equipment maker, is facing worldwide scrutiny over its ties with the Chinese government and allegations that Beijing could use its technology for spying, which Huawei denies.
China is livid and strongly demands the return of the executive, and has responded by arresting two Canadians in China on charges of posing a danger to Chinese security, A third Canadian arrested on drug charges has seen his case suddenly retried and the sentence increased from a jail term to the death sentence.
That's according to Huawei Poland's head Tonny Bao, who told attendees at a press conference this week that, "We are ready to establish a cybersecurity centre in Poland if authorities accept this as a trusted solution". This has raised fears that Chinese-made equipment could present a security risk particularly if used in the construction of new 5G networks. Japan, Italy, Germany, Australia, New Zealand, those are just some of the countries that are considering the ban on Huawei.
The US Justice Department has charged Huawei with conspiring to violate US sanctions on Iran and with stealing robotic technology from T-Mobile.