The US Government has moved to block China Mobile, the world's biggest telecommunications carrier, from providing services to the American market, asking the Federal Communications Commission to block the telco from obtaining a licence to operate in the country.
China Mobile's wholly-owned subsidiary China Mobile International has opened an office in Japan as part of its "big connectivity" strategy and stated ambition to globalise its business to meet increasing global demands in data consumption.
American politicians are bringing pressure to bear on telecommunications giant AT&T to cut commercial ties with Chinese telco Huawei Technologies and to oppose a bid by telecommunications operator China Mobile to enter the US market due to alleged national security concerns.
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