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German regulator says Huawei can build 5G network if meets security requirements

Monday 15 April 2019 | 16:23 CET | News
Jochen Homann, the president of the German Federal Network Agency, said that Huawei can take part in building a 5G network if it meets the security requirements drafted by the regulator, the Financial Times reports. 

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