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Huawei CEO pushes back against U.S. ban

By Bloomberg
27 May 2019   |   9:14 am
Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei is striking a defiant tone in face of the U.S. sanctions against his company. In an exclusive interview, he told Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie that Huawei will find alternatives to keep its lead in smartphone manufacturing and 5G.

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