The United States Congress's latest report on Chinese tech firms Huawei and ZTE does not represent a "final conclusion" and the focus of the report is to exchange more information, U.S. Ambassador Terry Kramer said Thursday.
Kramer, a telecommunications expert and head of the U.S. delegation for the World Conference on Information Telecommunications (WCIT), said at a news conference in Beijing that the report, which was released by the House Intelligence Committee on Oct. 8, does not represent the position of the administrative branch.
Kramer said there is a great deal of room for economic and business cooperation between the two countries.
In the report, the committee suggested that U.S. companies should avoid buying equipment from Huawei and ZTE. The two companies have been described as being under the control of the Chinese government and having entered the U.S. market through unfair means.