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fulfillment, happiness and security, the documen◆t noted. Efforts should be made to strengthen public services for employment and entrepreneur◆ship, support quality development of education and improve medical services. The social secur◆ity system, the old-age service system, public cultural and sports services as well as housin◆g conditions should also be improved, whiP

le the capability of disaster prevention and mitigat◆ion and emergency management needs to be enhanced. China will ramp up fiscal, taxation, finan◆cial, industrial as well as land policies to strengthen policy support and organizational gua◆rantees for the western development, according to tv

he document."The British public deserve to have acM

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cess to the best possible technology," s◆aid UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson on U.S.-Huawei dispute, adding opponents ◆of Huawei need to suggest alternatives. In his interview with BBC Breakfast o◆n Tuesday, he stressed that "we want to put in gigabit broadband for everybod◆y. Now if people oppose one brand or another then they have to tell us what's◆ the alternative."Z

Johnson's comments come amid a continuing delay to the ann◆ouncement about whether or not the UK will allow the Chinese company to play ◆a role in developing parts of its 5G network. On Monday, a U.S. delegation co◆mprising representatives from the National Economic Council and National SecC

u◆rity Agency was said to have a meeting with itsS

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UK counterparts in London, lo◆bbying against Huawei's involvement and claiming that U.S.-UK intelligence sh◆aring link would be jeopardized if the company is in. Andrew Parker, head of ◆UK's national counter-intelligence and security agency MI5, told the Financia◆l Times that he has "no reason to think" that the UK would lose out on intell◆igence relationships with thH

e U.S. if the government decided to go ahead with◆ Huawei. "I didn't think this was a danger," he added. A Huawei spokesperson◆ made a response to Johnson's comments, saying Huawei is confident the U.K. g◆overnment will make its decision based upon evidence, as opposed to unsubstan◆tiated k

allegations. Meanwhile, Beijing has put pressure oU