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goafrit
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re: Investigators zeroing in on China’s ZTE, Huawei
goafrit   7/13/2012 7:54:45 PM
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Very key problems for these companies. If they lose US market, they are done.

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goafrit   7/13/2012 7:54:45 PM
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Very key problems for these companies. If they lose US market, they are done.

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FISH1230   7/13/2012 8:16:58 PM
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Does HUAWEI sell productsto the US market? Should be minimum.

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FISH1230   7/13/2012 8:16:58 PM
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Does HUAWEI sell productsto the US market? Should be minimum.

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junko.yoshida   7/13/2012 9:03:49 PM
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Yes, Huawei has been doing business in the U.S. market. Its phones have been sold by AT&T (although under AT&T brand); by Sprint and by T-Mobile for the last few years, under Huawei brand. Huawei also has a big ambition to move into the enterprise market in the U.S. The company launched an intiative to sell its products to American business market late last year. http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/05/huawei-wants-to-sell-to-american-companies/ But you are right. Compared to other markets in the rest of the world, Huawei has yet to snatch up big contracts from the U.S. network operators.

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junko.yoshida   7/13/2012 9:03:49 PM
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Yes, Huawei has been doing business in the U.S. market. Its phones have been sold by AT&T (although under AT&T brand); by Sprint and by T-Mobile for the last few years, under Huawei brand. Huawei also has a big ambition to move into the enterprise market in the U.S. The company launched an intiative to sell its products to American business market late last year. http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/05/huawei-wants-to-sell-to-american-companies/ But you are right. Compared to other markets in the rest of the world, Huawei has yet to snatch up big contracts from the U.S. network operators.

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TarraTarra!   7/14/2012 12:36:52 AM
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I am surprised it took the EU agencies this long to do something about it. The telecom vendors are being decimated by Huawei which has won BIG contracts in europe including britain by giving its h/w away and charging only for services. In the US the networking giants Cisco and Juniper are having a hard time competing with Huawei again for similar reasons. Every market they enter sees a huge price erosion which is good in the short term for the customers but long term this cannot be good for anybody.

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TarraTarra!   7/14/2012 12:36:52 AM
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I am surprised it took the EU agencies this long to do something about it. The telecom vendors are being decimated by Huawei which has won BIG contracts in europe including britain by giving its h/w away and charging only for services. In the US the networking giants Cisco and Juniper are having a hard time competing with Huawei again for similar reasons. Every market they enter sees a huge price erosion which is good in the short term for the customers but long term this cannot be good for anybody.

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nosubject   7/14/2012 7:29:36 AM
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Those talk about freedom or free-trade are hypocrites. If they have market or other advantages, they promote freedom; if they loss the game under the freedom, they yell for protection much louder than anybody.

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nosubject   7/14/2012 7:29:36 AM
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Those talk about freedom or free-trade are hypocrites. If they have market or other advantages, they promote freedom; if they loss the game under the freedom, they yell for protection much louder than anybody.

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