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The EU has given the first sign it could act to restrict imports of Chinese data modems, by levying its first anti-subsidy tariffs on any of the country’s industries.
 
Chinese paper manufacturers now face higher import duties and anti-dumping tariffs after a 15 month investigation concluded they benefit from

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Singapore’s M1 is targeting nationwide LTE deployment by Q1 next year.
 
M1 spokesperson Ivan Lim told TelecomAsia the company had already applied to the IDA to amend its existing facilities-based operator license to allow for the provision of LTE and related services.

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ZTE has accused rival Huawei of using Europe’s legal system as a means of competitive bartering, after three courts agreed to block imports of ZTE products into the region. 

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Huawei wins injunction against ZTE
Huawei has won an injunction prohibiting ZTE from selling certain USB modems, as part of the patent battle between the two companies.
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Huawei has launched what is touted as the world’s first 200G line card for high-end routers.
 
This line card promises to enable operators worldwide to deploy ultra-broadband networks over which users can enjoy cloud computing, mobile broadband, and high-definition video services.
 
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At its eighth global analyst conference, Huawei articulated four overarching messages - Huawei is a global company based in China, not a Chinese company; its 10% growth in 2011 will come from devices and enterprise, not its carrier infrastructure business; Huawei’s new enterprise busin

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Huawei has thrown a spanner in the works of rival ZTE’s mobile devices plan, suing for patent and trademark infringement in a handful of European courts.
 
The Chinese vendor claims infringement of patents covering data card and LTE technologies, and trademark infringement on data card products, in lawsuits filed in France, Germany and Hungary just days after

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Huawei hopes to more than triple its annual revenue to $100 billion within the next five to 10 years as it

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Huawei Technologies has appointed seven new executives to the company’s board, as the Chinese vendor is restructuring with a “market oriented corporate governa

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The European Commission dominated proceedings this week with declarations on child protection, mobile networks and net neutrality, while Chinese equipment vendors profited on handset sales.
 
Research showing a quarter of children aged 9 to 16 years leave social network profiles open to all put operators in the EC’s crosshairs.

Michael Carroll