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Huawei deal could affect Portugal's relations with US

Friday 1 March 2019 | 13:41 CET | News
The president of the FCC, Ajit Pai, has been holding meetings with the Portuguese government to warn of security issues related to 5G, a technology that Huawei has been negotiating with the country, reports Observador. The US Ambassador to Portugal, George Edward Glass, told journalists that the MoU signed by Altice and Huawei for the construction of the 5G network infrastructure "is not closed".

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