Rep. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.), chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, apparently has set aside any national-security reservations regarding Japan’s Softbank’s merger with Sprint, now that their business relationship with China’s Huawei is ending. In a statement, the congressman said, “I have met with SoftBank and Sprint regarding this merger and was assured they would not integrate Huawei in to the Sprint network and would take mitigation efforts to replace Huawei equipment in the Clearwire network. I expect them to make the same assurances before any approval of the deal in the CFIUS process."

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