Huawei: Rises After US Ban



Christine Tan from CNBC sits down with Huawei’s founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei, to discuss the company’s attitude and response in the wake of being placed on the U.S. Entity List. How did the company’s leaders feel? Has the ban seriously affected international business? How is the company restructuring in order to thrive, moving into the future?

42 Replies to “Huawei: Rises After US Ban”

  1. Melissa WANG

    I can understand why the US targeting China's companies considering what lost Merryl Lynch etc in China when they failed to fall China share markets.

  2. Night Parade

    their product don't sell well this year.. and still won't for the next coming years.. but the competition for better and improved technology is exciting..

  3. Wer Wars?

    The end of the "Cold War" with communisim was 1990. But the real development for the peace in this world was the step to open our mind to human abilities of knowlege and wisdom. For me the faster we make our way to technology, the further we will be able to go in prosperity.

  4. Richard Young

    GREAT RESPECTS TO THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA, HUAWEI 5G. HAVE YOU EVER SEEN A LEADER OF ANY COUNTRY USE GOVERNMENT LAWS TO BRAG THAT HE PUT FOREIGN COMPANIES OUT OF BUSINESS, WELL YOU HAVE NOW, the market has always determined supply & demand. THEY are NON COMPETITVE & full of ENVY.

  5. amos yong

    After US banned. I've supported Hwawei with the purchase of Hwawei Pro 10 then the Pro20. Now I've just took delivery of my Hwawei Pro 40 and is very happy with its camera. Go Hwawei go!!!

  6. Jay Dean

    Huawei makes Verizon look like a child.I work for a big telecom company in the west, they keep records and personal data on their customers and sells them to marketing companies. Hypocritical?

  7. Joe Wing

    i read all 630 comments and i couldn't find one negative one about Mr. Ren, that's just freaking amazing. Trump is only making Huawei stronger while damaging American companies interest yet people buy his propaganda, this will age well in history books. Never underestimate these young employees from Huawei led by Mr. Ren are working for the honor of their country first then Huawei then themselves. That's the spirit of these Chinese youngsters.

  8. Wai yuen LEONG

    Marketing of any product can be squeezed into many strategic ways not necessarily going directly into any country. The fear to compete is not the answer to the issue.

  9. Ly Yang

    I could be missing the point, but I don’t believe America is having issue with the good man and his company. America is having problem with the CCP and how they’ll infiltrated into people’s privacy picky back on this company’s technology. Because the CCP have all the power and yes definitely they will force this company to give up people private information. CCP is never being trusted.

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