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#Huawei phone chief wants to get back to making money for Google

#Huawei phone chief wants to get back to making money for Google

| March 29, 2020

Ten months ago Donald Trump effectively banned Huawei from doing business with the US. He placed it on an ‘entity list’, on the grounds that the company’s involvement with networks and technology made it a threat to US national security, a claim Huawei denies. Days later, Google announced it would comply, meaning it would block updates […]

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#Huawei tests if #China is ready to venture out for new phones

#Huawei tests if #China is ready to venture out for new phones

| March 27, 2020

Huawei is banking that the Chinese government’s strict limits on public mobility at the start of the year are beginning to relax, and the country is open for business again. | REUTERS Huawei Technologies Co. is about to test the demand for flagship smartphones in China, and the chief executive officer of its consumer business […]

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#China – Public relations and #COVID-19

#China – Public relations and #COVID-19

| March 27, 2020

Looking at the recent development of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the situation has been reversed compares with what happened months ago. The outbreak in China has stabilized while the pandemic outside China is accelerating, writes He Jun. As of 15 March, the active confirmed cases of COVID-19 in China stood at 10,818, while daily […]

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‘There’s no #Huawei a virus can stop us! 90% of our staff in China are already back at work’ says CEO

‘There’s no #Huawei a virus can stop us! 90% of our staff in China are already back at work’ says CEO

| March 26, 2020

Ren Zhengfei The vast majority of Huawei’s employees are back to work following nationwide shutdowns implemented in response to the coronavirus outbreak in China, writes Robbie Harb. Huawei’s founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei has told the Hong-Kong-based South China Morning Post that more than 90 per cent of the company’s 150,000 Chinese workers are back at their desks. The […]

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Solidarity shown as Chinese and European companies join fight against #COVID-19

Solidarity shown as Chinese and European companies join fight against #COVID-19

| March 23, 2020

While China is seeing its new confirmed cases of the deadly COVID-19 in drastic decline, Europe, unfortunately, has now become the new epicenter of the pandemic. As the outbreak, which by early March 23 has killed over 14,700 people and sickened 340,000 more globally, is taking a heavy toll on our healthcare, manufacturing, industries, and […]

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#COVID-19 #Globalization and humanity

#COVID-19 #Globalization and humanity

COVID-19, a virus that started landing in Wuhan, China in November 2019 and was officially declared as an epidemic by the Chinese authority in late January 2020, has quickly developed into a pandemic in 65 countries, with more than 97, 750 people infected, and more than 3340 death by 5 March 2020. With cities and […]

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#COVID19 and herd immunity? The war between humanity and the virus

#COVID19 and herd immunity? The war between humanity and the virus

On 16 March, 53 days after COVID-19 landed in Europe, two European countries, the UK and the Netherlands, announced their policy to deal with Covid 19: Herd immunization is their mantra, writes Dr. Ying Zhang, professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, [email protected]  According to the definition of clinical infectious diseases, herd immunity is […]

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