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June 29, 2020 //By Peter Clarke
Huawei's £1 billion campus in Cambridge gets planning permission
Plans of communications equipment giant Huawei to spend £1 billion on the first phase of an R&D and manufacturing centre in Cambridge, UK, have been given permission to go ahead by the local authority.
national security law on the former British colony. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson offered to allow nearly 3 million people from Hong Kong to come to live in the UK if the law is enacted. At present the UK is reviewing whether Huawei remains a credible supplier and is contemplating whether to mandate a switch to others such as Ericsson and Nokia (see UK prepares to kick Huawei out of 5G by 2023 ).

The billion-pound Sawston campus could be pawn in the game whether its development proceeds quickly or slows to a crawl may depend on many factors.

Huawei employs 1,600 people in the UK has operated in the UK for 20 years.

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