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Congress earmarks $1.9 billion to remove Huawei and ZTE gear from American networks

On Dec 21, 2020
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The US lawmakers have agreed to include in the coronavirus relief package up to $1.9 billion as reimbursement for American broadband operators to remove Huawei and ZTE equipment from their networks.

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Congress earmarks $1.9 billion to remove Huawei and ZTE gear from American networks https://t.co/ma2j0I6buD #4GLTE #Broadband
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Congress earmarks $1.9 billion to remove Huawei and ZTE gear from American networks

Congress earmarks $1.9 billion to remove Huawei and ZTE gear from American networks

The US lawmakers have agreed to include in the coronavirus relief package up to $1.9 billion as reimbursement for American broadband operators to remove Huawei and ZTE equipment from their ...

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