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Huawei Founder Ren Calls Apple His Teacher

By Bloomberg
31 May 2019   |   1:06 pm
Huawei is pushing back against talk that China could target Apple in the trade war, saying there is much to learn from its American rival after overtaking it to become the world's second largest smartphone maker earlier this year. Founder Ren Zhengfei told us why he still considers Apple to be his teacher. He spoke exclusively to Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie at Huawei's headquarters in Shenzhen.

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