Huawei founder would be ‘first to protest’ if China banned Apple

Huawei CEO and founder Ren Zhengfei walks inside Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen

It's also led some to wonder whether China would retaliate with sanctions against USA tech firms, such as Apple. As the U.S. Commerce Department granted Google a 90-day extension to continue to work with Huawei, Huawei smartphone users are likely to be banned from updating the Google OS starting from August 19.

"That will not happen, first of all". "Apple is my teacher".

"I think sometime in the future, China and the United States will have a great trade deal and we look forward to that", Trump said after talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo. Why do students have to object to the teacher? "I see his tweets and think it's laughable because they're self-contradictory", the Huawei boss told Bloomberg.


Huawei is the number two smartphone maker in the world, with a 19 percent global market share in the first quarter of 2019, according to a recent report from International Data Corporation, following on the heels of Samsung's 23.1 percent. On the other hand, it is not sure how much loss it will bring to China's telecom mammoth since the lion's part of Huawei users is in China.

A host of major tech firms, including Google, Qualcomm and Arm, have halted trade with Huawei in the wake of Trump's executive order, sparking speculation over whether the Chinese company could survive the impact on its business.

As calls have mounted in China for the central government to officially retaliate against Apple as a way to strike back over USA trade tensions and over the increasing ostracization of Huawei, the billionaire founder of one of China's leading consumer electronics brands insists he's squarely against going that route. Market research firm IHS Markit said that Huawei has a 31 percent share of the global telecom equipment market past year, while Samsung Electronics has a 5 percent share. He also had harsh words for Trump.

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