huawei, china


Huawei, a Chinese telecommunications technology company, has been in the news lately over trade disputes between the United States and China. Founded in 1987 by Ren Zhengfei, Huawei is headquartered in Shenzhen, China. The company primarily makes smartphones and other communication-based technology.

Huawei Plays Matador to Trump's Bull

If the United States wants to stay ahead of China, it has to restore funding for basic R&D and create incentives for businesses to return to capital-intensive manufacturing investment.

U.S.-China Trade Soars, Despite Trump Tariffs

The world's second largest economy saw its trade growth accelerate in September. Exporters reaped the benefits of record demand for masks and medical supplies and received a boost from China's early reopening of its economy.

Why Does 5G matter in developing countries?

In today's global economy, especially one in upheaval thanks to the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) cover up of the COVID-19 outbreak, secure and fast telecommunications networks are essential to a nation's prosperity.

How to Hopscotch China on 5G

There is much that the U.S. can do to ensure that China and Huawei do not dominate a 5G world.