U.K. government formally discourages use of Chinese surveillance cameras

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U.K. government departments were ordered Thursday to stop installing Chinese-made surveillance cameras at “sensitive sites,” drawing a strong rebuke from one of the companies affected.

The move comes as the government acts more forcefully against China and its enterprises on security grounds. Last week it ordered a Chinese-owned firm to divest most of Newport Wafer Fab, Britain’s biggest semiconductor maker.

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