Huawei defends UK track record amid 5G controversy

Marian McHugh
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Chinese vendor contributed £806m to GDP through its supply chain, according to Oxford Economics

Huawei has launched a report claiming it contributed £1.7bn to the national economy last year. The study - undertaken by advisory firm Oxford Economics - comes after a fortnight of controversy a...

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