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Huawei crackdown

Huawei ships over 200,000 5G base stations despite US sanctions

Chinese company fulfilling orders from over 50 mostly European and Asian telcos

Huawei helped Switzerland's Sunrise Communications to launch 5G service in April and will do likewise for Cambodia's Smart Axiata by the end of the year.   © Reuters

GUANGZHOU -- Huawei Technologies on Tuesday said it has now shipped more than 200,000 5G base stations, an improvement from the 150,000 it had shipped through July, despite U.S. sanctions against the Chinese company.

The increase indicates that the U.S. sanctions have not stopped European and Asian customers from buying Huawei equipment.

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