The communications manager of a robotics startup in Shenzhen shares his view of the U.S./China trade war.
The Huawei ban has shaken many who believed the U.S./China trade war was all bark and no bite. Now that the U.S. government has taken a formal step into the fray, limiting the global reach of Huawei devices and the entire relationship between the American economy and Chinese products has fallen under scrutiny.
Huawei was under the protective wing of the Chinese government since 1987. When it was ready to fly on its own and compete with Samsung and Apple on a global scale, the government sold their shares back. Whether earned or not, talk of such a close association with the Chinese government paired with their phenomenal growth and success around the globe made Huawei an easy target for U.S. government action.
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