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Germany to consider blocking Chinese tech giant Huawei amid backlash over espionage accusations

FOXNews.com Friday, 18 January 2019
The German government is considering blocking Chinese tech giant Huawei from its next generation mobile phone network, striking yet another blow to the embattled company under facing accusations of espionage on behalf of China.
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