U.S. Allies Capture China Tech Business Despite Washington’s Curbs

TOKYO—The U.S. is making it tougher for American companies to help China roll out superfast cellular networks. But companies in Japan, a U.S. ally, are fueling China’s leap ahead and making money doing it.

By the end of the year, China plans to deploy more than a half-million base stations in its $150 billion push to blanket the nation with fifth-generation cellular service, often with equipment from national champion Huawei Technologies Co.

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