European Networking Companies Struggle Against Chinese Competition

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Pablo Valerio
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Pablo Valerio   9/20/2016 5:02:33 PM
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Thank you Judith,

I had several conversations with Huawei execs during the Mobile World Congress. They are trying to get back to the US market with their smartphones, but they have no hope to compete in the infrastructure business for a while.

It is interesting that the UK government has no reservations about the use of Huawei equipment. It makes me think that the US congress report was influenced by some local players.

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Judith M. Myerson   9/20/2016 12:34:45 PM
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Thanks for the post. Huawei is currently a sponsor of a telecom website in the United States. I doubt it that they would get a good share of the marke there. Huawei and ZTE are not free of foreign state influence.



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