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London — Huawei Technologies will be banned from providing equipment for the UK’s next-generation mobile networks from the end of 2020, in a sweeping crackdown on the Chinese company that could crank up tension between London and Beijing.
Under the blueprint agreed by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, operators will not be able to add any new Huawei components to their 5G networks after December 31. All equipment made by the Shenzhen-based company that has already been installed will need to be removed from 5G infrastructure by 2027, says the government...
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