China’s top negotiator ‘cautiously optimistic’ about reaching trade deal
Vice Premier Liu He made the comments in a speech in Beijing on Wednesday ahead of the Bloomberg New Economy Forum, according to people who attended the dinner and asked not to be identified. He has also invited his US counterpart, Robert Lighthizer, to travel to China for talks this month, but the invitation hasn’t yet been accepted, people familiar with the matter said.
Canada's Trudeau names new Cabinet; Freeland is deputy PM
Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the newly appointed Liberal cabinet ...
US extends license for businesses to work with Huawei by 90 days
The extension, renewing one issued in August will allow carriers to continue...
Asian shares mixed as doubts grow on elusive US-China trade deal
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan inched 0.2 per cent higher.
Huawei giving employees bonus for coping with US sanctions
A company announcement circulated Tuesday on social media said 90,000 employees will share 2 billion yuan (USD 285 million), or about 22,000 yuan (USD 3,100) each. Huawei's 180,000-member workforce also will receive an extra month's salary.
Gear vendors panic over Vodafone Idea situation; Huawei, ZTE, Nokia exposure goes up with new wireline contracts
Although Ericsson, Nokia, Huawei and ZTE haven’t officially reached out to VIL seeking their dues, they are closely watching the evolving situation, which may adversely affect their respective India revenue streams, already stressed due to lower spending on network expansion and upgrades this year, executives of vendor companies said.
Huawei founder says US sanctions not his toughest crisis
The billionaire entrepreneur embroiled in the Trump administration's fight with China over technology is a 75-year-old former army engineer who worked his way out of childhood poverty. He sees American pressure as just the latest in a string of tests that have hardened him and his company.
China’s Huawei forecasts smartphone growth despite Trump blacklisting
Huawei is approaching a critical juncture in its fight for survival, six months after Washington barred it from buying key US components and software without special licences. Those include Google’s Android operating system, semiconductor design tools from Synopsys Inc. and Cadence Design Systems Inc. and radio frequency chips made by Qorvo and Skyworks.
Huawei pushes 5G in SE Asia, brushing off 'tech war' with US
The firm is a key protagonist in US-China trade war that has seen billions of dollars of tit-for-tat tariffs.
Britain still to decide on Huawei access - UK PM's spokesman
Britain is moving towards a decision that will see Huawei allowed access to "non-contentious" parts of the network, potentially opening a rift with the US which has banned the company over fears that it is too close to Chinese intelligence agencies.
China kicks off 6G R&D amid aggressive 5G push
The Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology on Wednesday announced the establishment of two offices to develop 6G, setting off the competition for the next-generation cellular data service that comes after the super-fast 5G. The Ministry said one of the offices will house the government agencies responsible for the relevant policy making.
ZTE open to lab for cybersecurity in India
Huawei and rival ZTE to a lesser extent have come under global scrutiny after the United States raised security concerns regarding 5G equipment, given their perceived proximity to the Chinese government. The US has asked its allies to ban 5G gear from Huawei. Canada, Japan, New Zealand, and Australia have acquiesced.
Absence of Google apps hurting Huawei the most: Report
According to a Financial Times report quoting a senior Huawei executive, the company hasn't been successful in finding replacements for Google apps which are very popular on Android devices across the globe.
US-China trade optimism lifts Wall Street to record high
Advancing issues outnumbered decliners by a 2.10-to-1 ratio on the NYSE and by a 2.06-to-1 ratio on the Nasdaq.
India’s decision on 5G companies should be independent: Huawei India CEO
We are very open to having local manufacturing, not only 2G, 3G, but also 4G, says Huawei India CEO Jay Chen.
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