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China Unicom loses licence to operate in the US

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 28 January 22

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted unanimously to revoke the Chinese operator’s licence to do business in the US, citing concerns over national security

When Joe Biden first took over the US Presidency from Donald Trump, some Chinese onlookers were hopeful that the new administration would act more favourably towards the activities of Chinese enterprise in the US.  The reality, however, has been much starker, with Biden largely continuing with his predecessor’s tough stance on China.  Today, in the latest of a long line of blows related to national security…

When Joe Biden first took over the US Presidency from Donald Trump, some Chinese onlookers were hopeful that the new administration would act more favourably towards the activities of Chinese enterprise in the US.  The reality, however, has been much starker, with Biden largely continuing with his predecessor’s tough stance on China.  Today, in the latest of a long line of blows related to national security…

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