Europe's China telecoms gear ban would cost industry $3.5 billion: report


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Replacing Chinese telecoms equipment would cost European telecom operators about $3.5 billion, a report by industry research firm Strand Consult predicted on Friday, far lower than the figure a lobby group came up with.
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