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10 Jan 2018 By Robyn Mak

China’s handset-makers are rightly worried about its bid for rival chipmaker Qualcomm. At the least, Broadcom will probably need to make promises on pricing. Given recent U.S. hostility towards Chinese companies, even the nuclear option of an outright veto cannot be ruled out.

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