A man passes the entrance to a Huawei store in Paris on February 4, 2019. Some European countries are consulting with telecom operators before deciding whether to exclude Huawei. Photo: AFP A man passes the entrance to a Huawei store in Paris on February 4, 2019. Some European countries are consulting with telecom operators before deciding whether to exclude Huawei. Photo: AFP
A man passes the entrance to a Huawei store in Paris on February 4, 2019. Some European countries are consulting with telecom operators before deciding whether to exclude Huawei. Photo: AFP

European wireless carriers raise concerns over reduced 5G competition amid possible Huawei ban

  • The advent of 5G will enable innovations in artificial intelligence, the internet of things and big data

Topic |   5G
A man passes the entrance to a Huawei store in Paris on February 4, 2019. Some European countries are consulting with telecom operators before deciding whether to exclude Huawei. Photo: AFP A man passes the entrance to a Huawei store in Paris on February 4, 2019. Some European countries are consulting with telecom operators before deciding whether to exclude Huawei. Photo: AFP
A man passes the entrance to a Huawei store in Paris on February 4, 2019. Some European countries are consulting with telecom operators before deciding whether to exclude Huawei. Photo: AFP
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