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Merkel ally sees justified security concerns in Huawei case

Reuters Tuesday, 12 March 2019
Germany shares U.S. concerns about giving China's Huawei a role in a next-generation mobile network, but will make an independent decision on how to safeguard its security, the country's transatlantic policy coordinator said on Tuesday.

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