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Huawei row: UK to let Chinese firm help build 5G network

BBC News Wednesday, 24 April 2019
Huawei row: UK to let Chinese firm help build 5G networkChinese telecoms giant to provide "non core" equipment for new data network, despite security warnings.
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News video: UK okays use of Huawei for 'non-core' 5G network tech

UK okays use of Huawei for 'non-core' 5G network tech 02:17

LONDON — The UK is to let Chinese telecoms giant Huawei build part of the country's 5G network despite security concerns from the U.S, reports the BBC. The British government has approved the use of Huawei technology in "non-core" telecommunications infrastructure, such as antennas. The U.S....

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