It all began about a year ago. At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, the US President of Huawei’s consumer business, Richard Yu, went off-script in his presentation to lament that the Chinese smartphone giant has been unable to consummate a deal to sell its smartphones at any large US-based cell carrier. Broadcom-Qualcomm The terrible, horrible, no good, very bad bid. Then Trump ZDNet documents just how complicated this potential acquisition became and what happened once it reached President Trump’s ears. Read More See: Huawei P20 launch: What to expect and how to watchPolitical pressure being applied by lawmakers in US Congress on AT&T and other carriers is the root cause of Huawei’s woes. US telecom firms are indeed putting government contracts in jeopardy by doing further business with the Chinese firm, so Huawei mobile devices are currently unobtainable from a major US carrier — you have to buy them in places like Amazon or specialist online retailers, or from Huawei’s consumer websites directly.The situation in the last year has gotten worse. The CFO of Huawei, and the daughter of the company’s founder, Meng Wanzhou, has been arrested in Canada at the request of the US government on grounds that the company… Read full this story
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