Apple vs. Huawei: Who is winning the competition in China?
30 July 2019 | 1:35 pm
Jun Zhang, managing director of Rosenblatt Securities, discusses how Huawei Technologies Co. is coping with the U.S. government ban, and the company's competition against Apple Inc. in China.
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