Last month the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) cut Huawei off from a $8.5 billion pot of government subsidies designed to help rural communities buy telecoms equipment.
The FCC said it was blocking US companies from using subsidy money to buy Huawei kit, claiming the company represents a national security threat.
Huawei announced a legal challenge against the FCC on Thursday, calling the decision “unlawful.”
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Huawei is once again locking horns with the US government.
The Chinese tech giant announced at a press conference on Thursday that it has filed a lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for blocking rural US communities from using subsidies to buy Huawei telecoms equipment.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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