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Women hold new Ascend P7 smartphones, a model launched by Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, during a presentation in Paris. REUTERS

Growing security concerns could spell end to use of Apple, Samsung models and shift to local makers

China's growing security concerns over overseas-made smartphones will translate into business opportunity for local vendors, analysts said on Monday.

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Post time 2014-9-23 11:44:20 |Display all floors
>government ban on global products in the name of national security<

That's a propagandistic way of intimating that the ban isn't about national security - hence "in the name of national security" and not simply "because of national security." But this kind of reporting is NOT unexpected as the Chinese media is crawling with "reporters" brainwashed by the Western hegemonic press.

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