Solomon Islands push ahead with plan to build Huawei phone towers with $100m China loan | The World

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Solomon Islands is pushing ahead with a contentious plan to borrow almost $100 million from China to build mobile phone towers. That’s despite an internal report warning the project may not stack up financially. Foreign affairs reporter Stephen Dziedzic has more.

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