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Exclusive: FCC to vote to bar Huawei, ZTE from government subsidy program - sources

Reuters Monday, 28 October 2019
Exclusive: FCC to vote to bar Huawei, ZTE from government subsidy program - sourcesThe U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plans to vote in November to designate Huawei Technologies Co and ZTE Corp as posing national security risks and to bar the use of funds from an $8.5 billion government program to purchase equipment or services from those companies, officials told Reuters on Monday.
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News video: FCC Will Vote on Banning Telecom Companies From Using Government Subsidies

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The Federal Communications Commission is considering banning telecom companies from using federal subsidies to buy networking equipment or services from Chinese companies like Huawei or ZTE.

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