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Huawei founder breaks silence to deny spying

By Bloomberg
16 January 2019   |   2:25 pm
Ren Zhengfei, the billionaire founder of Huawei Technologies Co., broke a years-long silence to dismiss U.S. accusations the telecoms giant helps Beijing spy on Western governments.

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