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Ren Zhengfei: If China wants to make concessions in trade, I would rather not let the United States relax sanctions.

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Also on the same day (20th), Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei said in an interview with the Associated Press that he expected the United States not to loosen export controls, but Huawei could still thrive on its own technology. For the previous Trump proposed to include Huawei in the Sino-US trade consultation, Ren Zhengfei said frankly that if the sanctions against Huawei need China to make concessions in trade frictions, then he would rather not let the United States relax the sanctions.

On the 19th, Huawei’s Xinsheng Community also issued an e-mail to the president’s office, saying that Huawei is at a “end of crisis”. Ren Zhengfei called on employees to make meritorious deeds and hoped to select outstanding personnel as soon as possible. Ren Zhengfei pointed out that the vast majority of employees must be quiet and continue to do their job well.

Huawei has repeatedly denied the so-called security "threat" that the United States has always proposed. Ren Zhengfei even mentioned in an interview with international media in January that “when we are faced with infringement of the interests of our customers, we prefer to close the company and not be driven by the interests, but do what we should not do.”

"Never take the money of the poor and exchange the interests of Huawei with Trump"

According to the Associated Press, Ren Zhengfei said in an interview with Huawei's Shenzhen headquarters on Tuesday that due to Washington's political climate, he expects the US's export restrictions will not be alleviated, but he still believes that the company will flourish because Huawei is developing Own technology.

Ren Zhengfei said that in Washington, no one will risk supporting Huawei. But if the United States eases sanctions against Huawei and China needs to make concessions in trade frictions, then he would rather not let the United States relax sanctions.

He believes that among the US sanctions against Huawei, the most affected are American manufacturers selling chips and other parts to Huawei.

Previously, Washington had included Huawei’s “list of entities” for foreign companies that required official licenses to purchase US technology, but “no matter whether the list of entities is extended, it will not have a major impact on Huawei’s business,” Ren Zhengfei said. Can succeed without relying on US companies."

In May of this year, US President Trump had proposed that he would incorporate the measures taken by Huawei into the Sino-US economic and trade consultations. Trump said that if China is willing to reach an agreement on Sino-US trade and technology disputes, the United States will lift sanctions against Huawei.

The Associated Press said that Ren Zhengfei refused this practice. He said that Huawei cannot seek benefits in a way that may harm the interests of the poor Chinese people. "If some poor people sacrifice their own interests for the benefit of Huawei, I can't accept it."

On August 20th, Ren Zhengfei, released in Huawei’s heartfelt community, accepted British Sky News.TVIn the interview summary, Ren Zhengfei pointed out that Trump wants China to use some benefits in exchange for Huawei's survival. Why should the Chinese government give benefits to the United States for Huawei to survive?

Ren Zhengfei said that we can survive on our own, and the United States can’t beat Huawei, although it’s possible to live as well as imagined.. There is no need for China to tie Sino-US trade and Huawei to the United States for profit. I feel sorry for the Chinese people. The Chinese people are much poorer than me. How can we give the poor money to us for the poor? Interests.Therefore, I don't want to be tied up with Sino-US trade, unswervingly overcome it myself, don't complain, don't call the sky, believe that we will win.

"It is politically correct to attack Huawei in the United States."

The Associated Press said that Huawei had been developing its own chips, software and other technologies to reduce its reliance on US suppliers before the US announced its export restrictions in May. Huawei spent $15 billion on research and development last year, surpassingapplewithMicrosoft.

Huawei's report shows that as of June this year, sales in the first six months increased by 23.2% compared with the same period of the previous year. Huawei Chairman Liang Hua said in July that Huawei is reviewing its core products to ensure that all products can be delivered to customers without US parts.

“At the strategic level, the list of US entities is helpful to Huawei.” Ren Zhengfei said that the company has responded by canceling “edge, unimportant business or products” and focusing resources on “main products”.

“The entire company can focus on our most competitive products,” he said.

This month, Huawei launched its own Hongmeng operating system; earlier this year, Huawei released its next-generation intelligence.Mobile phoneThe chip and the first mobile phone based on the chip.

Ren Zhengfei said that if Huawei is banned from using Android and is forced to develop an alternative system, “this is not in the best interests of the United States.” Even if Huawei develops its own alternatives, the company is willing to buy US parts to support the industry. .

“We want to be and will continue to be able to buy US parts,” he said. “Although we may be able to produce our own components or products, we will choose to reduce our capacity to use more American components. Come together to share the prosperity of society."

Ren Zhengfei said that Huawei is planning to continue its existence in accordance with US export restrictions.

"There is no single person in the United States who can stand up and revoke the list of entities." He said, "At present, attacking Huawei in the United States is politically correct. Helping Huawei has even helped Huawei to bear tremendous pressure. So for us, the list of entities will be There is a long time."

"Huawei is at a critical juncture"

On the 19th, it was the date when the first 90-day "temporary permit" of the United States expired, and the US Department of Commerce announced that it would extend Huawei's "license" for 90 days.

On this day, Huawei’s Xinsheng Community released the latest president’s e-mail issued by Ren Zhengfei. Ren Zhengfei said to employees in the company that Huawei is now at the "end of the crisis", calling on employees to make meritorious deeds and select outstanding personnel as soon as possible.

Source: Huawei Heartfelt Community

He said that at present, Huawei is fighting in a "special period", so it is necessary to carry out "important reforms", and the ultimate goal of the reform is to "win the battle."

Ren Zhengfei said that the reform is guided by the results of responsibility, "selection of fire lines, promotion in the trenches", inspiring a large number of new leaders in the battle, let the heroes out, geniuses come in batches; establish "junior" combat methods, emphasize collective struggle , collective meritorious deeds, collectively won awards.

In wartime, it is both radical and conservative. The market strives to attack forward and strengthen the quality of operations; R&D insists on increasing strategic investment, “ups and downs the sky and down to the roots”. "This year, for the market, the overall situation remains radical."

Finally, Ren Zhengfei bluntly said that the company is now at a critical juncture. The first is to call on everyone to make meritorious deeds. The second is to select outstanding personnel as soon as possible and increase the organization's "blood-activating".

"Every functional department and every representative office must think about it. If you think that you are not suitable for this position, you can be laid off and let our 'tank' drive on the battlefield. If you want to go to the battlefield, you can take the roots. Tied to the 'tank' and dragged away, everyone must have such determination. The vast majority of employees should be quiet, and doing their job is to participate in the war."

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