A US Senate committee advanced a bill on Wednesday to further restrict the sale of Chinese telecommunications equipment in the US. Image: Shutterstock A US Senate committee advanced a bill on Wednesday to further restrict the sale of Chinese telecommunications equipment in the US. Image: Shutterstock
A US Senate committee advanced a bill on Wednesday to further restrict the sale of Chinese telecommunications equipment in the US. Image: Shutterstock

US Senate panel advances bill to restrict sale of Chinese telecommunications equipment

  • Huawei, ZTE, Hytera, Hikvision and Dahua are targets of ‘Secure Equipment Act of 2021’
  • Legislation is intended to close a loophole that had let the companies continue to sell to the US market despite a prohibition that went into effect last year

Topic |   US-China tech war
A US Senate committee advanced a bill on Wednesday to further restrict the sale of Chinese telecommunications equipment in the US. Image: Shutterstock A US Senate committee advanced a bill on Wednesday to further restrict the sale of Chinese telecommunications equipment in the US. Image: Shutterstock
A US Senate committee advanced a bill on Wednesday to further restrict the sale of Chinese telecommunications equipment in the US. Image: Shutterstock
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