China considering action against Nokia and Ericsson if EU bans Huawei

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The government has already told telecom firms they should not purchase 5G equipment from Huawei, from the end of this year

China is mulling retaliatory action against European telecom firms Nokia and Ericsson if the European Union follows the US and UK in blocking Huawei from participating in member countries' 5G netwo...

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