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Huawei still operating ‘as normal’ in Ireland despite US sanctions

The Chinese phone giant is confident of expanding its consumer business here despite fears over its ability to collaborate with Google

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
7th July, 2019

Huawei is confident of expanding its consumer business in Ireland despite fears over its ability to collaborate with Google due to US sanctions.

The head of the Chinese phone maker’s Irish consumer business, Byron Maxi, said there had been no impact on sales since the restrictions were introduced in spring.

“Our business has not been impacted by the political situation,” he said last week.

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