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Romania's opposition party PNL wants Huawei ban in telecom infrastructure

Wednesday 6 March 2019 | 08:43 CET | News
Romania's main opposition party PNL will trigger a public inquiry into Huawei's contribution to the country's critical infrastructure, according to Reuters citing PNL. The party demands Huawei be prevented from the country's 5G network development due to security concerns. Huawei repeatedly rejected spying or intending to spy for the Chinese state.

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Companies: Huawei
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