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[TR] Huawei: 'We're not interested in US market'

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Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei has revised its enterprise sales projections downward after admitting that it has given up on plans to expand into the US market.

"We are not interested in the U.S. market anymore," Huawei executive vice president Eric Xu told Reuters. "Generally speaking, it's not a market that we pay much attention to."
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Considering that every time the company tries to bid on a project or gain a greater foothold in the US market they are accused of supporting a greater Chinese government plot it's really not that surprising they've given up.
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I actually just bought a Huawei Verge for work purposes. Dirt cheap with a pretty solid call quality.
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Considering that every time the company tries to bid on a project or gain a greater foothold in the US market they are accused of supporting a greater Chinese government plot it's really not that surprising they've given up.

pretty much sums up what i was about to say.
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That's also pretty much what the article said.
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I always wondered why their seemingly interesting devices got little attention.
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Considering that every time the company tries to bid on a project or gain a greater foothold in the US market they are accused of supporting a greater Chinese government plot it's really not that surprising they've given up.

that's probably because they have been found to provide backdoors for chinese government access. this, combined with china's industrial espionage policy, and i highly doubt they are going to have much success selling to western markets
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that's probably because they have been found to provide backdoors for chinese government access. this, combined with china's industrial espionage policy, and i highly doubt they are going to have much success selling to western markets

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The FCC in America has always made it a hassle to release new products. That's why Chinese knockoffs appear so fast even before a product is even released.
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Considering that every time the company tries to bid on a project or gain a greater foothold in the US market they are accused of supporting a greater Chinese government plot it's really not that surprising they've given up.

Honestly I don't believe that's the case at all. China is probably one of the biggest potential markets that'll blossom in 10-15 years. Hell, even 5-10 years. Why bother with U.S. market regulations and intense competition when you can just focus on the gigantic growing Chinese market? I'm not surprised by this at all. There are less players in China as well.
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The FCC in America has always made it a hassle to release new products. That's why Chinese knockoffs appear so fast even before a product is even released.

it was all over the news months ago, google if you want. i don't want to sift through old articles
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