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Opposition to T-Mobile-Sprint merger, new electric sector concerns add momentum to anti-Huawei-ZTE push

By Mariam Baksh / February 26, 2019

The bipartisan alliance on banning certain Chinese equipment manufacturers from the supply chain for critical infrastructure was bolstered Monday, as security professionals and policy makers highlighted cybersecurity threats posed by the proposed merger of telecom carriers Sprint and T-Mobile and, separately, raised alarms about the presence of Huawei equipment in U.S. electrical systems.

“When I look at the merger, and T-Mobile, if Deutsche Telekom continues – and they just doubled down last week – [saying] 'we're not going to build...

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