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Huawei gets good news from Norway, Malaysia and ARM

The US-China trade and security wars drag on, with the USA continuing in its efforts to pressurize friendly nations – from Italy to India – to follow its lead and bar Huawei and ZTE from 5G networks. So far, however, very few countries have fallen into line (though reviews by the European Union, and several of its individual states, are still ongoing). Malaysia and Norway have become the latest governments to say they will not implement bans or restrict the operators’ freedom to choose their own vendors. And perhaps most importantly to Huawei, a truce has been announced with ARM. When the USA placed Huawei on its entity list – which means a US company can only trade with Huawei…

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