US steps up pressure on UK to bar Huawei from 5G telecoms networks

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US believes telecoms equipment supplied by Huawei could be used to run espionage operations against western countries
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US believes telecoms equipment supplied by Huawei could be used to run espionage operations against western countries

UK government to make final decision regarding Huawei's participation in 5G networks later this month

The US is ratcheting up the pressure on the British government to ban Chinese telecoms hardware maker Huawei from participating in UK 5G infrastructure projects. The UK is expected to make a fin...

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