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Indian Cos can now buy telecom equipment from China.

New Delhi, Aug. 20 -- Tata Teleservices has received the Indian government's approval to buy telecoms equipment from China's Huawei Technologies Co and ZTE Corp, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday.

Last month, India tightened rules for telecom gear imports saying vendors must allow inspection of their equipment and share design and source codes in escrow accounts, addressing security worries that had led to restrictions on Chinese manufacturers.

In another development, Chinese firm ZTE Corp's deal to supply equipment to Reliance Communications has received clearance from the Indian government.

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Date:Aug 20, 2010
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