FCC considers revoking operations of four Chinese state-controlled telecom firms in the US

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The companies will need to prove in 30 days that they are not subject to Chinese government's influence

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering plans to stop operations of four Chinese state-controlled firms in the US. The Commission said last week that it had issued show cause ...

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