U.S. lawmakers assist $ 1.9 billion to switch telecommunications tools from Chinese language supply Huawei, ZTE

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. lawmakers are expected to allocate $ 1.9 billion to fund a telecommunications network device removal program that the U.S. government says will be under a year-end spending bill and a COVID-19 bill about That was informed, the matter poses national security risks, said Sunday.

The Federal Communications Commission announced in June that it had officially identified China's Huawei Technologies Co and ZTE Corp (HK 🙂 as a threat. This statement prevents U.S. firms from drawing on a $ 8.3 billion government fund to buy equipment from the companies. Earlier this month, the FCC laid down rules that require network operators with ZTE or Huawei devices to “tear up and replace” those devices, but wait for funding from Congress.

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