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Gabriel Brown
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3/13/2018 | 12:08:32 PM
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I read the Bloomberg piece (the same one, I think). The focus on Huawei was over-done and the link from Broadcom to Huawei appeared concocted.

Obviously, Huawei wants to be more successful in 5G. It's a commerical enterprise first and foremost. But the national security objections, so far as I understand it, were quite a bit broader than one specific compnay. Either Bloomberg knows something it didn't include in the story, or they quickly cobbled together a piece. I saw ZTE mentioned a couple times too.
mendyk
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3/13/2018 | 11:26:14 AM
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Shoot first. Ask questions later. Or maybe you don't even have to ask questions.
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3/13/2018 | 11:22:07 AM
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Interesting that this happened so fast, the review was supposed to continue until April.
mendyk
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3/13/2018 | 10:59:02 AM
Globalism
Bloomberg is speculating that Huawei's potential influence over Broadcom is a big reason for this move.
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