Is Africa a Panacea for Huawei's Troubles After U.S. Blacklist?
Huawei officials have said that the company has a similar vision to the Chinese government to expand in Africa. This comes ahead of a decision by the Trump administration to ban the technology and services of "foreign adversaries".
New Times, 22 May 2019
The U.S. Department of Commerce on Monday issued a 90-day temporary license loosening restrictions on business deals with Chinese tech giant Huawei. Read more »
allAfrica, 20 May 2019
Several technical services between Huawei and Google have been suspended following a decision by the Trump administration to blacklist the Chinese telecoms giant, Reuters reports. Read more »
East African, 15 May 2019
Allegations of bugging of the African Union headquarters by tech giant Huawei earlier this year appear to have done little to deter Chinese authorities from placing the firm at the… Read more »
Left: Huawei phone. RIght: Chinese flag superimposed over Africa.
Li Pengon, Huawei President for the Southern Africa Region, has said that, based on recent studies, seven out of ten of the world's fastest growing companies originate in Africa, ... Read more »