The Covid-19 led lockdown saw shipments decline in the first quarter of 2020 and things have indeed gone further south in the second. Would things change over the final quarter?
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Indian Customs delays and security suspicions behind odd purchasing preference Some server-buyers are asking Lenovo to provide product made in Mexico, rather than made in China.…
So it's working really well As US President Trump pats himself on the back for disrupting Huawei's business outside of China, he may be interested to discover more and more smartphones purchased in the US are made in the Middle Kingdom.…
The usually publicity-shy Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei has hit back at what he perceives as a politically motivated attack, declaring if “the lights go out in the West, the East will shine”.Although the US government has sustained the anti-China rhetoric over the last couple of months, with Huawei being the focal point of any aggression, the firm is holding strong.That is the message from Zhengfei, a usually media-adverse individual who is currently being carted around Europe in a show of strength against the White House.And if the North goes dark, there is still the South.America does not represent the world.”While these comments are unusually aggressive for a man who does not like the limelight, they could prove as the perfect antagonistic weapon against President Trump.
Comment Let no one say that America's political elites are losing their talent for hypocrisy.Washington DC has welcomed the New Year with a display of selective Sinophobia – and it likely spoiled Huawei's CES.But its deal with the carrier collapsed as US lawmakers demanded a probe of the partnership.This comes over five years after Huawei, along with fellow Chinese firm ZTE, was named in an innuendo-laden 2012 Congressional report.The country also welcomes the Chinese state-owned ZTE even after the latter admitted busting sanctions imposed on Iran and North Korea.The AT deal was scotched, according to The Information, after members of the US Senate and House intelligence committees wrote to the FCC.
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