Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei minimized the impact of the US executive order. UU That could paralyze Huawei's ability to collaborate with US companies such as Google and Qualcomm. In comments to the Chinese media gathered at the company's headquarters in Shenzhen, reported the state newspaper Global Times Ren says that the 90-day extension to normal trade relations granted by the US. UU It will not make much difference to Huawei due to the company's existing contingency plans.
"At such a critical moment, I thank American companies, as they have contributed a lot to the development of Huawei and have shown their awareness about it," says Ren. "As far as I know, American companies have been making efforts to persuade the US government to cooperate with Huawei … We always need chipsets developed in the US And we can not exclude American products with a narrow-minded". 19659003] Support #Huawei does not necessarily mean you should buy a smartphone #Huawei . My family members use #Apple for a long time: Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei Technologies of China (Photo: Chen Qingqing / GT) pic.twitter.com/5rcrHJx3KR
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Ren says that trade restrictions will not affect Huawei's 5G release and do not expect anyone to catch up with the company's technology in the next two or three years, according to Reuters, who quotes him saying he added that the US government. UU is "underestimating the capabilities of Huawei."
Ren, 74, is a famous and private individual who rarely gives interviews, but is in the limelight more often lately. the recent escalation of tension between your company and the US UU., Especially the detention ordered by the USA. UU of his daughter, Huawei, Chief Financial Officer, Meng Wanzhou. Ren's time as an engineer in the People's Liberation Army before founding Huawei has also contributed to the suspicion of the company.
Google revoked the Android license of Huawei on Sunday in compliance with President Trump's executive order, while Intel and Qualcomm reported Employees to stop working with the Chinese telecommunications giant. The moves would prevent Huawei from selling devices that run applications from Google and Play Store, as well as building phones with components made in the United States, but Huawei says it has created an alternative operating system and hardware stored for this eventuality.