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The EU's top trade investigator is going to try to get permission to probe Chinese telcos Huawei and ZTE, despite the fact that European firms like Ericsson refuse to complain about them. The European Commission, like US government officials, have been looking into Huawei and ZTE over alleged state subsidies that let them …

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Anonymous Coward

Can't wait for El Reg's resident Wu mao dang to claim this is xenophobia or the like. The Chinese don't play by free market rules in their territory, why should anyone let them do it over here? It's very obvious they are state enterprises masquerading as private companies to placate the idiots over here. Their agenda is still the same though.

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To right

there are no state owned multinationals in the EU after all.

Oh hang on a sec...

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Typical western pols

So western govs don't want chinese made networks because of security concerns. Their response - lets investigate them for something completely unconnected to our actual concern.

Spineless wimps.

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Holmes

@ Colin. What's that smell?

Ah yes, protectionism...

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If they need some space to dump their stuff

I would have room for a smartphone or two.

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Re: If they need some space to dump their stuff

Yeah and can they hurry up and dump some with AMOLED screens, internal hardware nice, not so sure about this IPS malarkey ;)

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