Chinese telecom equipment-maker Huawei has said that it is ready to sign a "no back door" agreement with the Indian government. The proposal is apparently aimed at getting approval to conduct fresh 5G trials in the country as well as to discourage espionage. Additionally, the company has also asked the regulators to get an agreement signed from all the vendors on security aspects. The move comes at a point when Huawei's business engagement is under scrutiny in India after the US banned its services in the country.
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