Huawei's NBN olive branch

Malcolm Turnbull’s attempts to shed further light on the Coalition's NBN have been overshadowed by talk of Huawei potentially returning to take part in the NBN. But the Chinese giant shouldn't hold its breath.

The NBN debate took a rather unexpected turn this week as opposition communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull’s attempts to shed further light on the Coalition's NBN were somewhat overshadowed by the talk of Huawei potentially returning to take part in the NBN.

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