Huawei expands in Russian tech services after Putin’s China deal

Huawei, China’s biggest maker of phone-network equipment, seeks to capitalise on the country’s strengthening ties with Russia by expanding into services for energy giants like Gazprom.

19th June, 2014
A $400 billion deal signed by Gazprom last month to ship gas to China is helping to facilitate business between the countries

Huawei Technologies, China’s biggest maker of phone-network equipment, seeks to capitalise on the country’s strengthening ties with Russia by expanding into services for energy giants like Gazprom.

The Chinese company is adding products such as systems used by oil and gas companies to manage pipelines and offshore fields, Deng Yi, vice president at Huawei’s enterprise unit, said in an interview in Moscow.

The $400 billion deal signed by Gazprom...

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