The chairman of Huawei says the company would “never do anything to harm any country, any organisation or any individual”, according to an interview in The Globe and Mail published on Saturday.
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Now, in the wake of two US criminal indictments, Huawei faces the task of working out the best legal strategy for allegations that could threaten the company’s very existence.
The Prince’s Trust has announced it will no longer accept donations from Huawei amid mounting security concerns about the Chinese firm’s technology.
Huawei’s consumer chief has dismissed US “political forces” and attempts to crimp the company’s growth, saying sales of smartphones and other devices surged by about 50% to a record $52-billion in 2018.
Oxford University is suspending research grants and funding donations from Huawei amid growing security concerns about the Chinese firm’s telecommunication technology.
Ren Zhengfei, the billionaire founder of Huawei Technologies, broke a years-long silence as his technology empire faces its biggest crisis over three decades of existence.