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Q6: Huawei's Ryan Ding just announced the launch of Huawei's 5G Partner Innovation Programme in the UK. How do you think industries can better collaborate to facilitate the roll-out of 5G in 2020 #HuaweiNews  #TrustInTech  #5GBringNewValue 

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Thank you for everyone who joined us for the Twitter Party! Make sure to continue checking the Huawei website and our online channels for news announcements around the many products Huawei is launching today! #HuaweiNews  #TrustInTech  #5GBringNewValue 

Huawei shut out from scheme to see how 5G can link communities

Safaricom to consider Huawei as supplier for 5G network

Huawei is still the leader on 5G commercial contracts #5G  #Events 

Q5: Ryan Ding talked about how Huawei provides the industry's highest performance full-scenario 5G base stations. As the industry's largest output power 5G AAU, which is up to 320W 5G AAU, how much percentage can it directly improve 5G coverage? #HuaweiNews  #5GBringNewValue 

Q1: Ryan Ding said in 2020 will be the year that we start see more concrete commercial applications of 5G. Huawei believes that in 2020, 5G will be developed beyond our imaginations. In which ways do you think 5G will best be deployed during this year? #HuaweiNews  #TrustInTech 

Kenya's Safaricom to consider Huawei as supplier for 5G network #economy  #MarketScreener 

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Can new funding by #Huawei  taint the London School of Economics' reputation?


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A photo from Caixin reporter Ding Gang of Wuhan doctors paying respects to Li Wenliang. 100% of my WeChat feed, from dissident lawyers to Huawei employees, is raging over Li’s death. Haven’t seen China unified like this since the Wenzhou train crash.

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Need more evidence that Huawei is a security threat? U.S. intelligence confirms the telecoms company has built in “back doors” to their devices for more than a decade, giving the Communist Party of China access to users’ personal information.

Attorney General Barr says Chinese companies 'Huawei and ZTE cannot be trusted'

For Huawei users' questions regarding our steps to comply w/ the recent US government actions: We assure you while we are complying with all US gov't requirements, services like Google Play & security from Google Play Protect will keep functioning on your existing Huawei device.

While you were sleeping, President Trump: - Repeated that Putin “totally denies” election interference - Demanded renegotiation of US-Japan defense treaty - Falsely claimed no one blames Saudi Crown Prince for Khashoggi murder despite CIA assessment - Threw a lifeline to Huawei

....amounts of agricultural product from our great Farmers. At the request of our High Tech companies, and President Xi, I agreed to allow Chinese company Huawei to buy product from them which will not impact our National Security. Importantly, we have opened up negotiations...

Year that company was founded. Twitter: 2006 Facebook: 2004 Google: 1998 Amazon: 1994 Huawei: 1987 Dell: 1984 Lenovo: 1984 Apple: 1976 Microsoft: 1975 AMD: 1969 Intel: 1968 Sony: 1946 HP: 1939 Samsung: 1938 Panasonic: 1918 IBM: 1911 Hitachi: 1910 Nintendo: 1889 Toshiba: 1875

Reuters reports that Google is pulling Huawei’s Android license. That’s a huge development. Will mean Huawei loses Android updates immediately, and no more Google Play Store access. Wow

President let ZTE off the hook to gain concessions from China on North Korea—he got none. Mr. President, don’t make the same mistake by interfering in the case of Huawei’s CFO Ms. Meng. You will look weak and get nothing for it.