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(Reuters) – Huawei could be hampering new 5G mobile networks, the Financial Times on Sunday.
5G projects in Europe may bring "serious consequences to the global economic and scientific co-operation," Ambassador Zhang Ming said in an interview with FT.
Some Western governments, led by the United States, have barred the use of the Chinese company's equipment in new networks over concerns the technology could be used for spying. Huawei has denied the claims.
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