The Chinese telecom giant Huawei can soon hire hundreds of geniuses from around the world to help grow under the sanctions imposed by the United States.
The founder and CEO of the company, Ren Zhengfei, is said to plan 20 to 30 & # 39; genius youth & # 39; from around the world and 200 to 300 of them next year to help Huawei the most advanced # 39; business on earth despite trade restrictions.
& # 39; Over the next three to five years, (I) we believe that our company will have a whole new vision and composition. (We) need the & # 39; war & # 39; winning, & # 39; Mr. Ren, 74, was quoted.
Huawei's founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei (photo), has reportedly announced his plan to bring 200 to 300 & # 39; genius youngsters & # 39; to recruit to make his business thrive in the next five years after the Trump government has imposed a series of restrictions on the telecom company amid a trade war
& # 39; Over the next three to five years, (I) we believe that our company will have a whole new vision and composition. (We) need the & # 39; war & # 39; winning, & # 39; Mr. Ren, 74, was quoted by the Chinese media
Trump broke Huawei's American networks based on national security. It also blacklisted Huawei and its 68 global affiliates, preventing them from buying parts and components – such as microchips – from US companies unless they had special approval.
Mr. Ren's comments were revealed in an e-mail sent yesterday to all Huawei employees of the company's President & # 39; s Office, financial media reported Stock China.
The Chinese businessman, worth it $ 1.7 billion, the speech would have spoken on June 20 for its executive management.
The alleged email also said: & Huawei should help the world in the future and make its own standard.
& # 39; As long as (we) become the most advanced (company) in the world, we will become the standard and the other will be close to use. & # 39;
Mr. Ren reportedly said that the & # 39; genius youngsters & # 39; would be able to invade the structure of the company, such as & # 39; eel & # 39 ;, and ignite the teams.
Huawei is the center of a trade war between China and the United States.
Washington claimed that the equipment of Huawei could be used by Beijing to spy on Americans – claims that Huawei has repeatedly denied.
Trump and Chinese President Xi are expected to meet on Saturday at the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan, to discuss the trade war of both countries. Xi may demand that Trump revoke his sanctions against Huawei as an important condition to end the trade war, according to a report
In May, the Trump administration spewed Huawei from US networks based on national security.
It also placed Huawei and its 68 global affiliates on a US blacklist and prohibited them from buying parts and components – such as microchips – from US companies unless it has special approval. Huawei later received a 90-day delay.
Google then said it would stop offering Huawei its license to use Android, the operating system that controls all smartphones made by the Chinese company and its sub brand Honor.
In addition, Ren & # 39; s daughter Meng Wanzhou, Huawei's CFO, was arrested in Canada in December and is being prosecuted in the US
Huawei & # 39; s CFO Meng Wanzhou (photo) faces criminal charges in the US Mrs. Meng was arrested in Vancouver in December by Canadian police under Washington's request
Huawei was scrutinized in the West after Washington claimed that the company's equipment could be used by China to spy on Americans – allegations Huawei has repeatedly denied
Meng, generally regarded as Ren's heir, is accused of having used a Shell company in Hong Kong to sell equipment to Iran in violation of US sanctions. Huawei has denied the accusation.
How do you pronounce the name of Huawei?
Huawei, the Chinese telecom giant at the center of the Beijing-Washington trade war, also has one of the most misguided brand names in the West.
The name consists of two characters in Chinese, Hua (华) and Wei (为), and is written in pin yin, the standard spelling system in China to refine Mandarin.
To pronounce Huawei correctly, try & # 39; Who-is-way & # 39; really fast to read, but with two rising tones – one on & # 39; who are & # 39; and one on & # 39; away & # 39 ;.
Mr Ren told reporters earlier that the US had underestimated the capabilities of his company and that Huawei was fully prepared for the Washington ban.
He said that Huawei had its own backup stock of microchips and was able to produce chips that were comparable to those of American companies.
The Chinese company is also reportedly developing and testing its own operating system known as & # 39; Hongmeng & # 39; in China and & # 39; Ark & # 39; abroad.
A report from The New York Times this week revealed that US companies are still selling millions of dollars worth of electronics to Huawei after finding ways to circumvent Trump's sanctions on the telecom giant.
The chip industry has allegedly found ways for Intel and Micron to prevent their processors from being made American by producing them abroad.
And about three weeks ago, American chips made overseas began to flow back to Huawei, sources told the newspaper.
Huawei would accelerate the development of its own operating system to replace Android after Google had revoked its license. Leaked photos show the first screenshots of Huawei's alleged Ark OS, known as & # 39; Hongmeng & # 39; in China, which plans to replace Android
Huawei and its sub brand Honor currently use Android to feed all their smartphones
US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet on Saturday at the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan.
The two leaders are expected to discuss their trade war and that Huawei is on the agenda.
Trump said Wednesday that a trade agreement with China was possible this weekend, but he was also willing to & # 39; Chinese dollars and billions of dollars & # 39; with a potential tariff increase if the two countries continue to disagree.
Xi is allegedly preparing for the presentation of Trump with a list of demands for ending the fighting between the US and China.
One of China & # 39; s most important requirements is for the US to lift the trade ban on Huawei The Wall Street Journal, referring to Chinese officials.
Huawei was founded in 1987 by Mr. Ren, who had previously served in the Chinese army before becoming a businessman.
The company has defeated Apple to become the world's # 2 largest smartphone maker after the Samsung of South Korea.
Last year, Huawei's turnover exceeded $ 100 billion for the first time. The company reported worldwide sales revenue of 721 billion yuan ($ 105 billion), an increase of 19.5 percent over the previous year.
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