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U.S. warnings have prompted further talks on Huawei: German government spokeswoman

Reuters Wednesday, 13 March 2019
The letter of the United States's Ambassador to Germany warning Berlin against using Chinese manufacturer Huawei's equipment to build a next-generation telephone network has stimulated further discussion, a German government spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
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