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Huawei tops $100 billion revenue for first time despite political headwinds

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Huawei's revenues topped $100 billion for the first time in 2018 driven by strong growth in the consumer business, although the carrier division declined slightlyRead full story

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  • Huge earnings statement from Huawei following their International PR debacle.

  • That's what's key in this earnings statement: Consumers make up the biggest share of Huawei's revenue. They aren't bothered with challenges made by the US, UK, Australia, and and others

  • 2019 their revenue will exceed Google’s. Wanna beat Huawei? Ask Cisco and Apple to come up with better products.

  • I’m not going to be verbose ! So here goes, saw the gal arrested here in Vancouver, I was shocked cuz the young boy running our country was a man that day ( breath of fresh air , there’s hope ) ok I found a very long in depth article “none”of the news stations mentioned this bright girl CEO went clearly on the record “ if we are going to profit by several million dollars I will break the law” ask a super techie guy or gal to explain what they’ve done with their “ switches” this company leads the

    I’m not going to be verbose ! So here goes, saw the gal arrested here in Vancouver, I was shocked cuz the young boy running our country was a man that day ( breath of fresh air , there’s hope ) ok I found a very long in depth article “none”of the news stations mentioned this bright girl CEO went clearly on the record “ if we are going to profit by several million dollars I will break the law” ask a super techie guy or gal to explain what they’ve done with their “ switches” this company leads the world in this field ! They’re ideology must be kept front & centre, oh ! They were charged in 2009, 2011,2014 with crazy stuff , great country but I don’t think there’s a Chinese word for “ Copyright “ maybe they’re too rich to stop !??

  • Not surprising that consumer growth is driving revenue. I thought I was being super sneaky buying a banned Huawei phone when I couldn't stomach the price of its US competition (and couldn't resist a phone with Leica camera lenses). Turns out there is a cult following. I am constantly meeting people with Huawei phones who chose them because of their price, quality, and features. Apple needs some competition to have incentive to make better products for sub $1k.

  • Huawei becomes stronger than ever.

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