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India has relaxed an eight-month ban on the import of telecom equipment, as security fears fade. China's ZTE and Huawei can now returned to the Indian market, after they agreed to tough new security regulations.
Under the rules, the Chinese companies must allow regular security inspections, hire Indian engineers and make their network design and source code available to the Indian government.
This year, India laid down strict security regulations on imports, amid concerns Chinese companies could use their networks for spying. The move to bar Chinese companies impacted their growth in a booming market. ZTE's second-quarter profit fell below market expectations.