UK set to approve Huawei technology for 5G networks

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Huawei disputes claims that its networking hardware could be exploited by China's government

Huawei to be granted 'very limited' role, according to reports

Prime Minster Boris Johnson is set to approve the use of Huawei technology in the UK's 5G mobile phone networks. But their involvement, according to reports over the weekend, will be "very limited"...

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