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U.S. Roadblocks Cause Huawei To Focus On Other Markets

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U.S. Roadblocks Cause Huawei To Focus On Other Markets

U.S. Roadblocks Cause Huawei To Focus On Other Markets

Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei hasn’t had it easy in the United States.

The company’s troubles began with a congressional report back in 2012.

That report noted its equipment could be used to spy on American citizens or even on the government.

Since then, Huawei has been considered a security threat.

The government even convinced AT&T and Verizon to end potential deals with the company.

Recently, news broke that Best Buy would even stop selling Huawei phones.

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