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Msg  192 of 197  at  3/7/2020 10:44:41 PM  by

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Re: Can Nokia (NOK) Win the 5G Race?

"Focusing on those places that have spurned Huawei, therefore, might be the place to start."

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That is what is letting Nokia stay in the game. Without those places that have banned Huawei or restricted the usage of Huawei equipment, Nokia would be in deep trouble. With the bans and restrictions, Nokia remains profitable.

Even in Asia you see Vietnam banning Huawei 5G gear. Vietnam is always feuding with China over territories in the South China Sea. Naturally they don't want to deal with China any more.

Canada ought to ban Huawei, after Shanghai 61398 broke into Nortel and stole its business plans and trade secrets. Strange that Canada is taking so long to make a decision.



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