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Trump and Xi must smooth over the Google-Huawei row or everyone will lose out

The decision by Google to restrict Huawei’s access to its Play Store and suite of apps is a blow to the Chinese phone maker, but not one it will sit back and take on the chin

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
26th May, 2019

This is the end of the beginning. The decision by Google to restrict Huawei’s access to its Play Store and suite of apps is a blow to the Chinese phone maker, but not one it will sit back and take on the chin.

In the short term, for consumers, the news is good. If you already have a Huawei phone, you should be fine. While the statements from all parties involved in this...

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