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Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Mobile Phones (6 May 2014)

Paul Flynn: ...for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs whether his Department has assessed the comparative sustainability of sourced materials and manufacture of smart phones from (a) Apple, (b) Fairphone, (c) Huawei, (d) Lenovo, (e) LG Electornics, (f) Nokia and (g) Samsung in its role in promoting sustainable procurement policies across Government.

Thames Valley, Berkshire (1 May 2014)

Alok Sharma: ..., Fujitsu, Mars, Johnson & Johnson and Honda, to name a few. We also have companies from some of the world’s fastest growing economies investing heavily in the region. Chinese telecoms company Huawei moved its European headquarters to Green Park in my constituency last year, bringing hundreds of jobs and many hundreds of millions of pounds worth of inward investment.

Estimates 2013-14 — Ministry of Defence: Defence and Cyber-security (4 March 2014) See 2 other results from this debate

Bob Stewart: ...from Syria. Let me give another example of a possible danger to this country, and here I will use information from a paper written for the Defence Committee by the distinguished academic Chris Donnelly. Huawei, a Chinese company strongly suspected of having close links to the Chinese Communist party and Government, is now providing crucial equipment for our national telecommunications...

Written Answers — Treasury: Trade Missions: China (23 January 2014)

Nicky Morgan: ...for part of the trip by a delegation of high-tech companies to showcase their cutting edge work to major Chinese companies. They visited Tencent, the world's third largest internet company, and Huawei, the world's second largest telecoms company. Huawei already employs around 900 staff in its UK subsidiary, and during the visit Huawei confirmed details of more than 200 new R&D jobs and...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (17 December 2013)

David Cameron: The Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) reported in June 2013 on foreign investment in critical national infrastructure. The ISC raised concerns about the Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) and recommended that the National Security Adviser undertake “a substantive review of the effectiveness of HCSEC as a matter of urgency”. The Government responded in July to...

UK Relations with China — [Mrs Anne Main in the Chair] (19 November 2013) See 1 other result from this debate

Mark Simmonds: ..., driving unprecedented Chinese investment into the country. We are also creating the right environment for Chinese businesses to operate in, and we are now home to more than 400 mainland Chinese companies My hon. Friend the Member for The Wrekin rightly mentioned the investment by Huawei, which is a prime example. Rather than blocking Chinese investment in that particular important...

United Kingdom and China — Motion to Take Note (7 November 2013) See 2 other results from this debate

Lord Green of Hurstpierpoint: ...or branches. They will also be regulated by the Prudential Regulatory Authority, whether they are subsidiaries or branches, according to the highest standards that the PRA thinks fit. I am very happy to assure the noble Lord on that point. Huawei has already been discussed and I am not sure that I have anything useful to add to the exchange that has already taken place. I know the managers...

[Mrs Linda Riordan in the Chair] — Backbench business — Intelligence and Security Services (31 October 2013)

Julian Huppert: ...? Would we be annoyed and concerned, or would we say, “That’s fine; that’s business as usual”? Clearly, we do not take the situation seriously enough. For example, we allow the Chinese company Huawei to supply a lot of the equipment that makes up the core of our infrastructure. I suspect that our intelligence agents would not miss the chance to install some...

Critical National Infrastructure: Ownership — Question (22 July 2013)

Lord Wallace of Saltaire: My Lords, the Government published a response to that report a few days ago, announcing that they will instigate a review of the Huawei cell, which is the issue very much at stake here. I emphasise that we are talking about a global supply chain in which there are, at most, two potential suppliers of some of the highly sophisticated equipment available—I believe that the other is...

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: UK Trade and Investment (16 July 2013)

Michael Fallon: .... The TPT works with Deal Architects (business development specialists) both in the UK and overseas to build these value chain relationships and currently has existing opportunities with Cisco, Samsung, Huawei, BT, Ten Cent, Panasonic, Lenovo and many more. Separately, UKTI's events and missions programme will deliver a comprehensive series of activities this year in the UK and overseas....

Written Answers — House of Lords: Telecommunications: Contracts (10 April 2013) See 1 other result from this answer

Lord Myners: To ask Her Majesty's Government whether any restrictions have been placed on the granting of contracts to Huawei Corporation and its associates where the contracts were judged to have high national security consequences.

Budget Resolutions and Economic Situation — Amendment of the Law (25 March 2013)

Alok Sharma: ..., and Reading, the town I represent, is an economic powerhouse in the south-east. No matter what the Opposition may say, the private sector is creating jobs. This morning, I met the chief executive of Huawei, a Chinese IT and telecoms group, which is opening its head office in my constituency in the next few months. It is bringing hundreds of new jobs to Reading and creating several...

Broadband: Communications Committee Report: Motion to Take Note (18 March 2013)

Lord Clement-Jones: My Lords, first, I declare an interest as a former member of Huawei International's advisory committee. It is a pleasure to follow the noble Lord, Lord Haskel, and his thoughtful speech. He clearly needs to join the Communications Committee. The economic and cultural benefits of broadband are considerable, as stated by my noble friend Lord Inglewood, who was our tireless chairman during this...

Wales: Economy — Question for Short Debate (7 November 2012)

Lord Aberdare: .... The new campus will extend this model, capitalising on the university's interactions with major international knowledge-economy companies, including Airbus UK, Alliance Boots, BAE Systems, BP, Huawei Technologies-I hope I pronounced that appropriately- IBM, Rolls-Royce and Tata Steel. As well as student facilities and residences, it will include an innovation hub, the laboratory space...

Oral Answers to Questions — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Topical Questions (30 October 2012)

Hugo Swire: Indeed we can do that. We are in a good position with China at the moment, not least following our acceptance of the very important investment of companies such as Huawei, which places us very well to take in further investment. We have been talking about exports, but it is worth pointing out that the flipside of the coin for this country is inward investment, with some 250...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Huawei (18 October 2012)

Nicholas Soames: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what recent assessment he has made of the appropriateness of operations in Britain of Huawei.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (12 September 2012) See 1 other result from this debate

Steven Baker: Will my right hon. Friend join me in celebrating a major inward investment by the Chinese firm Huawei, which is investing 1.3 billion over five years to create 700 jobs in the UK? Will he encourage it to come to Wycombe?

Oral Answers to Questions — Treasury: Infrastructure (11 September 2012)

George Osborne: I agree that we want to see private sector investment, and tens of billions of pounds of private sector investment is coming into the United Kingdom. Indeed, today the Chinese company Huawei has announced a $2 billion investment in the UK. I absolutely agree with my right hon. Friend. We want to create the low-tax, competitive conditions for the UK economy in which the private sector can...

Previous Business – Commons: Select Committee (20 March 2012)

Public Administration: Business Appointments Rules. 4:30 pm; Room 16, Palace of Westminster
Witnesses: Lord West (4.30pm); Sir Hugh Taylor, Chairman, Guy's & St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust; and John Suffolk, Global Cyber Security Officer, Huawei (5pm)

[Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] — UK-India Trade (25 January 2012)

Geoffrey Clifton-Brown: ...is no doubt that our immigration structures are problematic. I am not advocating to my right hon. Friend the Minister that we should join the Schengen agreement, but we must recognise it as a fact that is limiting our trade. Why did Huawei, which is now the second largest manufacturing company in the world, move its European headquarters from the UK to Dusseldorf? It was because of the...

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