The European Union is reportedly considering a mandatory ban on member states using companies considered security risks for their 5G networks, which includes Chinese telecoms giants Huawei, according to sources from the Financial Times. If implemented, this move would deal another blow to Huawei, which is already facing challenges due to US sanctions. While the US, its allies, and EU countries are increasingly excluding Huawei’s 5G equipment, the Malaysian government recently stated that it will not join Western nations in prohibiting Chinese suppliers from participating in its 5G network rollout. [Icsmart, in Chinese]