Vodafone New Zealand has been bought by a consortium of long-term investors, New Zealand-based Infratil, and Canada-based Brookfield Asset Management for €2.1 billion (NZ$3.59 billion).
The UK has left the door open for a backflip on its reported decision to give Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei technologies a limited role in the rollout of 5G networks, with Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt saying that London would never take a decision that would compromise its ability to share intelligence with its Five Eyes colleagues.
Chinese telecommunications equipment supplier Huawei Technologies has opened a cyber security testing centre in Brussels, with the company's deputy chairman saying that trust in cyber security is a major challenge globally in the digital era.
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