WA scraps $136m Huawei rail deal over US trade restrictions – Strategy – Telco/ISP

WA’s General public Transportation Authority has been pressured to abandon its $136 million electronic radio program deal with Huawei and UGL thanks to ever-tightening US trade limits.

The state’s transport minister Rita Saffioti discovered the government’s selection not to carry on with the contract on Friday, adhering to mutual settlement by the PTA and Huawei Australia.

The Chinese telecoms giant scored the deal to produce a new electronic radio program across Perth’s rail community as component of a joint enterprise with UGL in July 2018.

The program, which was to be sent by next calendar year, would have furnished both

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