US lawmakers propose $1bn fund to replace Huawei equipment

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US lawmakers propose $1bn fund to replace Huawei equipment

Bankrolls secure equipment from small, rural wireless providers.

A US House panel unveiled bipartisan legislation this week that would authorize US$1 billion for small and rural wireless providers to replace network equipment from companies including Huawei and ZTE that lawmakers say pose a national security risk. The legislation is similar to a bill approved ...

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