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Intel pushing US to let it keep supplying Huawei, executive says

The Trump administration has repeatedly accused Huawei, the world’s largest maker of telecom network gear, of potentially spying for Beijing. It has been pressing allies to exclude the company from supplying equipment for their 5G networks.
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By Zhang Qi and Jason Tan Intel is pushing the US government to allow it to continue supplying components to Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., a senior executive from the American chipmaker told Caixin at a forum in Washington. Peter Cleveland, a vice president of Intel Corp., argued in favor of discussion over regulation in dealing with the embattled Chinese
Chinese brand surpassed Apple Inc. to become No. 2 in the first quarter, trailing South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Shao Yang, chief strategy officer of Huawei’s consumer business, said Tuesday in Shanghai that the company “may take longer” to become the top player in the market, Reuters reported. Shao didn’t elaborate why. ( Source: Caixin Global)
By Zhang Qi and Jason Tan Intel is pushing the US government to allow it to continue supplying components to Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., a senior executive from the American chipmaker told Caixin at a forum in Washington. Peter Cleveland, a vice president of Intel Corp., argued in favor of discussion over regulation in dealing with the embattled Chinese Chinese brand surpassed Apple Inc. to become No. 2 in the first quarter, trailing South Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Shao Yang, chief strategy officer of Huawei’s consumer business, said Tuesday in Shanghai that the company “may take longer” to become the top player in the market, Reuters reported. Shao didn’t elaborate why. ( Source: Caixin Global)

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