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Chinese telco giant to invest $400m in NZ

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 21 March 2017
Chinese telco giant to invest $400m in NZChinese telecommunications group Huawei Technologies will spend $400 million over the next five years to help drive local research and development and support the construction of a cloud data centre. Economic Development Minister...
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Myanmar's government praised China for suspending a Chinese bank account used by ethnic rebels fighting Myanmar troops. The move was made to prevent potential damage to diplomatic ties. An ethnic rebel armed group fighting Myanmar forces near the Chinese border was openly soliciting funds via China's...

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