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How a Huawei 5G ban is about more than espionage

Sydney Morning Herald Thursday, 14 June 2018 ()
How a Huawei 5G ban is about more than espionageA decision to ban Huawei will have an impact on Australia's $40 billion a year telecoms market - potentially hurting Telstra's rivals.
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