Chinese telecommunications equipment providers Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corporation have both been blocked from participating in the rollout of 5G networks in Australia.
T-Mobile, the third mobile network in the US, has signed what is the world's biggest 5G deal to date, a US$3.5 billion deal for Finnish firm Nokia to supply it with 5G network equipment.
The final hurdle to the Chinese telecommunications company ZTE Corporation resuming business in the US has been removed with the excision of language from a bill that would have reinstated the ban on the company using American components.
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