CHINA | S05 04 - Huawei and the new technology cold war
From humble beginnings in a tiny town whose name means "deep drainage ditch", electrical engineer Ren Zhengfei grew his company Huawei into a global technology giant, delivering competitive telecommunications equipment at low prices.
But when Australia accused Huawei of being a security risk, a snowball began to roll which led to arrests, hostages being taken, and pure white hot fury in Beijing.
This is the story of how a decision made in the midst of a Prime Ministerial spill may lead to a new technology cold war.
Sue-Lin Wong, China correspondent, The Economist and co-author of The Beijing Bureau: 25 Australian Correspondents Reporting China's Rise
Malcolm Turnbull, former Australian Prime Minister
by ABC Radio
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