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U.S. regulator to bar China's Huawei and ZTE from government subsidy program

Reuters Monday, 28 October 2019
The U.S. telecommunications regulator plans to vote in November to designate China's Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corp as national security risks, barring their U.S. rural carrier customers from tapping an $8.5 billion government fund to purchase equipment or services.
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