China to Sweden: drop Huawei ban or face fallout

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    Sweden should reverse its ban on Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE from a planned 5G spectrum auction to avoid a ‘negative impact’ on its own companies, China’s foreign ministry said.

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