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A new report tying Huawei to North Korea could flare up tensions with the US again

Business Insider Monday, 22 July 2019
A new report tying Huawei to North Korea could flare up tensions with the US again· *The Washington Post has leaked Huawei documents from an eight-year time span showing the company worked on setting up wireless networks in North Korea.*
· *The documents show Huawei worked in partnership with a state-owned Chinese company called Panda International, which the US Department of Commerce sanctioned in...
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