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    Chinese Firms Still Planning to Attend World’s Biggest Telecom Show Despite Virus Restrictions

    2020年02月11日 20:22 来源于 财新网
    Huawei, ZTE and others will not follow Ericsson and LG in dropping out of Barcelona’s Mobile World Congress, even as organizer announces strict controls on Chinese guests
    Device-makers big and small flock to the conference each year to show off their latest networking equipment and wireless gadgets at what many in the industry consider a must-attend event. Photo: IC Photo

    Huawei and ZTE are among the Chinese companies still planning to attend the world’s biggest annual telecoms show in Barcelona this month, even after a string of international brands have pulled out citing coronavirus fears, and the organizer announced strict controls on guests from China.

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