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Rick Perry Welcomed Huawei Technologies Despite Security Concern

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It was the kind of scene that Texas Gov. Rick Perry will point to often as he rolls out his presidential campaign: a ribbon-cutting ceremony just outside Dallas, launching a corporate headquarters, with hundreds of new jobs, and validating what he calls his "Texas miracle" of growth.

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