/A timid Huawei has emerged amid its global PR storm to see what’s left for it to salvage

A timid Huawei has emerged amid its global PR storm to see what’s left for it to salvage

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After watching China’s vision of a global digital future with Huawei at its heart get torn down piece by piece over the last few months, the tech giant’s chair has emerged from his Shenzhen stronghold to profess Huawei’s innocence.
Chairman Ken Hu told reporters in Shenzhen, China’s southern tech metropolis, that the world’s biggest supplier of telecommunications equipment was a victim of “ideology and geopolitics.” His remarks come after Huawei was barred from some of the world’s biggest next-generation network markets.
The Associated Press reported that Hu challenged governments like Australia, New Zealand and the United States — which have effectively excommunicated Huawei from engaging with their domestic communications infrastructure — to make public the security risks that the tech giant exposes.

After watching China’s vision of a global digital future with Huawei at its heart get torn down piece-by-piece over the last few months, Huawei has emerged from the comfort of its stronghold in Shenzhen as a wounded company.

Huawei chairman Ken Hu told reporters in Shenzhen, China’s southern tech metropolis, that the world’s biggest supplier of telecommunications equipment was a victim of “ideology and geopolitcs.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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