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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian Vice-President Hamilton Mourão told journalists on Friday, June 7th, that the government would not exclude Chinese telecom company Huawei from operating a fifth-generation (5G) mobile telecoms network in Latin America’s largest economy.

The United States has asked countries to reject Huawei technology in the development of new mobile phone networks, arguing that it could be vulnerable to Chinese eavesdropping. Huawei denies its equipment is a security risk.

U.S.- President Donald Trump raised the issue with Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro during a White House visit in March.

But Mour . . .

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