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EU probe shows hidden costs of China subsidies

A mooted trade case against telecom vendors may hinge on their access to state credit. Yet Huawei and ZTE are competitive enough not to need such perks. State support for national champions may now be turning into a disadvantage, since it makes it easy for others to cry foul play.
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