FCC chairman Ajit Pai plans new measures to shut-out Huawei and ZTE from US communications networks

Nicholas Fearn
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US officials launch their latest offensive against Chinese technology firms

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) wants to ban companies from using government funding to purchase technology products and services that are alleged to threaten national security.  ...

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