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Huawei Chief Security Officer Andy Purdy and Huawei Chief US Intellectual Property Counsel Steven Geiszler join Ed Ludlow and Caroline Hyde to discuss why the telecom giant decided to license some of its smartphone technologies to old rival Oppo following US trade sanctions on chip access.