Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull recent memoir clearly shows that there was no "smoking gun" to ban Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from bidding for participation in Australia's 5G networks, the legal firm XenophonDavis says.
Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull is wrong to claim that he was the first person to raise the subject of banning Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from bidding to be a supplier for Australia's 5G networks, the company's Australian arm claims.
Liberal MP Tim "Wolverine" Wilson, a man who spends the better part of each working day criticising China, was singing a different song eight years ago, when he accepted an all-expenses paid trip to visit the campus of — hold your breath — the home of Lucifer, Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies.
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