Friday June 5, 2020

A nervy few days ahead for Huawei and all in handset market

Whether it brings good news or bad, the G20 Summit in Osaka should provide the Chinese phone giant with some answers as to what its future might hold

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
23rd June, 2019

This week’s G20 Summit can’t come soon enough for Huawei, even if it doesn’t give the phone maker the news it wants. There were further blows to the Chinese tech giant last week as the pressure from its blacklisting in the US intensifies.

The real bad news came last Monday as Huawei acknowledged that it was expecting sales to drop to $100 billion (€89 billion) over the next two...

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