There have been reports of a Chinese retaliation against Apple after Huawei found himself banned from working with US-based companies so that it could not produce Android phones and other devices. However, the company's CEO says he would not repay such a boycott.
Instead, Ren Zhengfei says neither Apple nor Huawei should be held accountable for all their respective countries doing, and suggests that he believes that Apple is his "teacher" and that he would not "oppose it" when he spoke to Bloomberg .
Some speculate that China may oppose the ban on Huawei – which may extend to include some of its most promising AI firms – by excluding US largest companies from its own markets. Apple Inc. may forfeit nearly one-third of its profits if China banned its products, estimates Goldman Sachs analysts.
Ren said he would oppose anyone [Chinese retaliation against Apple.]
"It won't happen first and foremost. And secondly, if that happens, I'll be the first to protest," Ren said in the interview. my teacher is in the lead. As a student, why go against my teacher? Never. "
Huawei has long been accused of taking Apple's designs and then copying them wholesale, so it's particularly interesting to hear that the company's CEO believes Apple is teaching him. Huawei has also been accused of stealing technology from other companies including T-Mobile and Cisco. Understandably, there's something the CEO denies.
"I stole the US technology from tomorrow. The United States doesn't even have these technologies," he says. "We're ahead of the US If we were out, it wouldn't be necessary for Trump to strenuously attack us." 19659006] The whole interview is well worth reading, and it is clear that Huawei does not intend to let today's trade
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