UK government expected to order removal of Huawei 5G equipment by 2025, report

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Meanwhile, Huawei has requested a meeting with the Prime Minister as last-ditch effort to delay its removal

The UK government is expected to order removal of equipment made by Chinese firm Huawei from British 5G telecoms networks by 2025, the Telegraph reported last week. According to the newspaper, U...

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