Now Huawei faces tech ban in France

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As  phone companies in France begin seeking suppliers to build 5G networks, parts of the country’s telecoms infrastructure is being made inaccessible to Chinese telecom and electronic equipment company Huawei through legal and regulatory revisions, many classified, with the country's largest telecoms operator, Orange, saying it will not use Huawei products after 'a call to prudence by French authorities'.

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As Huawei’s battles in the US snare its founder’s daughter, a new front is opening up across the pond – in France, reports Bloomberg.