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Trump's bid to block Huawei falters

WASHINGTON - Britain and Germany are balking at the Trump administration's call for a ban on equipment from Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, threatening a global U.S. campaign to thwart China's involvement in future mobile networks.

Both countries are expected to limit Huawei and other Chinese companies from providing core components including routers. But other types of Chinese equipment for next-generation, high-speed communications could still be installed on British and German networks, officials and analysts say.

The U.S. push to ban Huawei has provoked a global dispute in recent weeks, with senior U.S. officials, including Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo, publicly urging NATO allies in Europe to exclude the company

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