The win-win relationship between the EU and Huawei
As the world enters the 4th industrial revolution, the EU and Huawei have a unique opportunity
Did you know that, contrary to popular belief, Huawei is not the typical Chinese company, but has developed a unique culture that combines both Western and Eastern characteristics?
Huawei’s culture is like an onion with many layers; one layer is the British culture, another layer is Chinese, and still another is American.
The vigour with which Huawei has been accused of connections with the Chinese military and of financial support from the Chinese government has been increasing in parallel with Huawei’s expansion and commercial success.
Huawei is a leading global ICT solutions provider. Our aim is to bring digital to every person, home and organisation for a fully connected, intelligent world.
Our innovative ICT solutions, products and services are used in more than 170 countries and regions, serving over one-third of the world's population.
Huawei is an integral part of Europe’s ongoing digital transformation. Committed to the European model of a social market economy, Huawei’s goal is to boost the competitiveness of the European economy from within, stimulating investment and creating jobs.
Free trade, fair competition and strong intellectual property protection are drivers of this process.
Huawei's Berta Herrero writes before the Perspektywy Women in Tech Summit 2020, online on 8 and 9 December
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