December 11, 2019 Shenzhen, China 01 Pablo Díaz, ABC: Thank you for giving me the opportunity to ask the first question. Mr. Ren, my question is about the Chinese government. How can you make it clearer to the public that the Chinese government does not interfere with Huawei? Would going public be a good solution? […]
01 Kristie Lu Stout, Anchor and Correspondent, Hong Kong, CNN: Mr. Ren, thank you for inviting us to Huawei headquarters in Shenzhen. I’m really looking forward to this conversation. My first question to you is this: China recently launched the world’s largest 5G network, and Huawei played a big role in the rollout. But the […]
01 Nathan VanderKlippe, Asia Correspondent, The Globe and Mail: Thank you very much for agreeing to meet me again and speak with me as a Canadian journalist. Today, as you know, is the one-year anniversary of the arrest of Ms. Meng. So I’d like to ask you some questions about what happened a year ago. […]
Law firm Xenophon-Davis appointed its new strategic counsel.
(Sydney; November 27th 2019): Huawei Australia would like to take this opportunity to respond to comments made by Malcolm Turnbull, former Prime Minister of Australia, on Sky News this morning. Responding to questions about his government’s decision to exclude Huawei from delivering 5G technology to our Australian customers Mr. Turnbull said. “It is possible to […]
(Sydney, November 23rd 2019): Huawei Australia is proud to announce our involvement as one of the event sponsors of the ARN Women in ICT Awards (WIICTA) that are being held in Sydney today and would like to pass on our very best wishes to all the award nominees. Now in their eighth year the WIICTA […]