Huawei and Us-china Competition

Obviously, telecoms giant Huawei is a victim of the U.S.-China competition, simply because the company is from China and currently leading in 5G technology R and D.

To hinder or even destroy Huawei, the U.S. government has recently launched a series of deliberately-planned campaigns, but it will likely fail, as its accusations are based on numerous false, unproven, and untested propositions. The U.S. Congress has repeatedly failed to produce any evidence to support its restrictions on Huawei products.

Ironically, the U.S. fear over Huawei has implied to the whole world how advanced the company's technologies are, and paradoxically, the U.S. attack on Huawei will only spur the company to become stronger, better and safer.

First, Huawei will become stronger. The U.S. might think the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, CFO of Huawei and daughter of the company founder Ren Zhengfei, would be a catastrophic disaster for Huawei. Actually, the incident has had limited impact.

This is because Huawei has been a very professional company underpinned by comprehensive systems rather than a single staff member. More importantly, Meng could not be a successor forever, just as Ren revealed. To the contrary, the arrest of Meng has boosted morale among Huawei's 180,000 employees, and they are now more united and motivated.

Second, Huawei will become better. The U.S. has openly urged its allies to boycott Huawei 5G equipment. Even if the U.S. and its Five Eyes intelligence network allies (the U.K., Australia, Canada and New Zealand) collectively reject Huawei, the company can still survive...

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