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China's Hikvision downplays US risks amid ZTE woes

Top surveillance camera maker cites alternatives if banned from American parts

TAIPEI -- China's state-backed Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology, the world's biggest maker of surveillance cameras, acknowledged uncertainty Monday about its overseas outlook but expects only a limited impact as U.S. regulators consider wider crackdowns against Chinese suppliers due to security concerns.

"We do recognize that politics and trade tensions would definitely have negative impacts on our company's overseas business ... it's so unpredictable at this point," Huang Fanghong, senior vice president and secretary of the board, said in an earnings call with investors and reporters.

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