Chinese leaders have promoted 5G ICT as a component of both the Belt and
Road Initiative and Military-Civil Fusion—efforts intended to extend China’s
influence around the world for national, commercial, and military advantage.
Under Chinese law, 5G ICT firms like Huawei and ZTE are required to grant
Chinese authorities access to any data that touches their systems. In response,
the U.S. and Japan should consider working to counter the advantages of
Chinese firms by cutting off their access to key markets, technology inputs,
talent, and capital (“tripping the competition”); build up free-world alternatives
(“running faster”); and restructure the global playing field to protect privacy,
economic competition, and national security (“putting the fix in”).

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