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A technician conducts a cellphone test at the Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. headquarters in Shenzhen, a southern Chinese city bordering Hong Kong. The Pentagon contends the company's products are being used by the Chinese military.

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  • "We hope the U.S. Congress can respect the truth and overcome biases so as to boost bilateral economic and trade cooperation, and not the reverse," he told reporters in Beijing.

    Two Chinese telecoms deny spying →

  • William Plummer, vice president of Huawei North America, said the company is cooperating with intelligence committee staff, but he dismissed Mr. Wolf's letter as "misinformation," calling it "truly unfortunate, whether driven by politics or competitors" of Hauwei's.

    Rep. Wolf warns colleagues about Chinese tech firms →

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