Mancuso Says China `Cyber Intrusion' Hinders Huawei Deal
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Mancuso Says China `Cyber Intrusion' Hinders Huawei Deal

Feb. 16 (Bloomberg) -- Mario Mancuso, a former under secretary at the Commerce Department, talks about the U.S. Committee on Foreign Investment's recommendation that Huawei Technologies Co. divest technology assets bought from 3Leaf Systems. Huawei, China's largest phone networks maker, wants a fair review of its May purchase of patents from Santa Clara, California-based 3Leaf that five U.S. lawmakers termed a threat to American computer networks. President Barack Obama has 15 days to review the matter. Mancuso speaks with Deirdre Bolton on Bloomberg Television's "InsideTrack." (Source: Bloomberg) (Bloomberg)

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