For Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE, India has made new moves. Bati Telecom, India’s largest telecom operator, plans to exclude Huawei and ZTE in the next 5g test and use European suppliers instead, the economic times of India reported on the 19th. According to the report, Bati Telecom will submit a new application very quickly, asking for cooperation with Nokia and Ericsson in the 5g test in Calcutta and Bangalore. < p > < p > < p > economic times: Bati Telecom will help the Ministry of telecommunications of India to solve the “dilemma” of Chinese suppliers participating in 5g field test. The article will tell you how to solve it. < / P > < p > it is reported that Bati will soon submit a new application for 5g test with Ericsson based in Sweden and Nokia based in Finland. According to the report, the test will be conducted in Calcutta and Bangalore, where Bati cooperated with Huawei and ZTE earlier. < / P > < p > the economic times also said that this “progress” would enable India’s Ministry of Telecommunications (DOT) to get rid of a “tricky situation” and launch 5g trial spectrum to domestic telecom operators “out of China”. Previously, the Indian Ministry of telecommunications has been unable to make progress in the trial spectrum allocation due to the lack of a formal position by the Indian government on whether to allow Chinese suppliers to participate in 5g trials, the report said. < p > < p > it is reported that Huawei and ZTE have been the 4G suppliers of Bati Telecom in Calcutta and Bangalore, and submitted 5g test application earlier. “It shows which European suppliers can replace Chinese suppliers in these places in the future,” the report quoted a person familiar with the situation as saying < p > < p > in addition to Bati Telecom, Indian telecom giant “reliance Jiu” has submitted two 5g trial applications respectively, one of which will be jointly operated with Samsung, and the other will be operated separately using “its own 5g technology”. Another Vodafone India Company (VIL) has not yet submitted any new 5g test applications. Previously, it had submitted applications with Ericsson, Nokia, Huawei and ZTE for 5g test in four regions of India. < / P > < p > in addition, the report also mentioned that during the 5g test, the telecom suppliers participating in the test will bear all the equipment costs. Although some of the equipment can be purchased from their local factories, some other equipment still needs to be imported. Another source said: “each city will need four to six venues to accommodate 60 different devices.” Since India deliberately provoked the Sino Indian border conflict, India has been acting against China constantly. In addition to the Indian government’s announcement to ban several Chinese applications (APPs), according to several Indian media reports, the Indian National Federation of traders (CAIT) sent a letter to Indian Minister of communications and information industry, ravishan karprasad, seeking to prohibit Chinese technology companies Huawei and ZTE from participating in the deployment of 5g network business in India. CAIT said in the letter that “Huawei and ZTE from China should be prohibited from participating in the 5g network deployment in India. In addition, in the process of 5g network deployment, any (Indian) company should also be urged to ban Huawei and ZTE’s technologies and equipment. ” In response to India’s frequent actions against Chinese enterprises, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian has previously responded that the Chinese government has always required Chinese enterprises to carry out foreign cooperation on the basis of complying with international rules and local laws and regulations. The Indian government is responsible for safeguarding the legitimate rights and interests of international investors, including Chinese enterprises, in accordance with market principles. The cooperation between China and India in the practical field is mutually beneficial and win-win. This kind of cooperation pattern is artificially damaged, which is not in line with India’s own interests.