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The ruthlessness of Huawei

18 July 2020

4:01 PM

18 July 2020

4:01 PM

Huawei’s 5G path is blocked. In a few months’ time, Huawei may no longer see the point of paying six-figure sums to Lord B and his attendant knights,’ I wrote in this space on 20 June. I underrated its ruthlessness. It took only a few weeks. Lord Browne, its UK chairman, is out.

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This article is an extract from Charles Moore’s Spectator Notes, available in this week’s magazine.


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