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Prime Minister Boris Johnson on U.S.-Huawei dispute, adding opponents ◆of Huawei need to suggest alternativr

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" Johnson's comments come amid a continuing delay to the ann◆ouncement about whether or not the UK will allow the Chinese coB

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mpany to play ◆a role in developing parts of its 5G network. On Monday, a U.S. delegation co◆mprising representatives from 0

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the National Economic Council and National Secu◆rity Agency was said to have a meeting with its UK counterparts in London, l8

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