The Chinese company has two major businesses in the UK. One, a consumer focused hardware arm, makes and sells smartphones, laptops and tablets. It has been struggling since US sanctions soured its relationship with Google, preventing it from offering customers access to apps hosted on the Play Store. The other arm provides network hardware for the telecoms industry, a role Huawei has filled for the last 15 years. It started with extremely simple equipment that was used in the wiring of Britains...

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