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U.S. cites national security, dismisses Chinese telecom issues at WTO

July 10, 2019
During a World Trade Organization meeting this week, the U.S. dismissed China's concerns with the Trump administration's treatment of Chinese telecom suppliers, citing national security. The U.S. has targeted Chinese company Huawei, among other suppliers of 5G and other telecom technology, as national security threats, making U.S. companies less likely to do business with them. In restarting talks following the G20 leaders summit last month, President Trump indicated some restrictions on Huawei could be lifted as part of the talks,...

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