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Abstract

Huawei, headquartered in China, was a global Telecom solutions provider with main focus on customer needs and innovation. Through its unique end-to-end offering of equipments in Telecom Networks, Global Services and Devices, it had earned global reputation in wireline, wireless and IP technologies. Huawei’s products and solutions were available in nearly 140 countries and the company had served nearly one third of the global population. Its clients included 45 of the top global 50 telecom operators. Its vision was to enrich the lives of the customers through communication. It had overtaken Ericsson, another global telecom player in its expansion activities. But Huawei’s globalisation efforts were marred by issues of security concerns expressed by countries that were skeptical over its lack of transparency. US had vehemently opposed Huawei’s growth activities in its country. To become a truly global company, Huawei had to develop its market in the US. Against the backdrop of such security concerns, the case study would analyse the growth of Huawei in its home country, China, its international growth strategies and whether the hue and cry raised by the US authorities on security concerns would really impede the growth of Huawei globally.
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Abstract

Huawei, headquartered in China, was a global Telecom solutions provider with main focus on customer needs and innovation. Through its unique end-to-end offering of equipments in Telecom Networks, Global Services and Devices, it had earned global reputation in wireline, wireless and IP technologies. Huawei’s products and solutions were available in nearly 140 countries and the company had served nearly one third of the global population. Its clients included 45 of the top global 50 telecom operators. Its vision was to enrich the lives of the customers through communication. It had overtaken Ericsson, another global telecom player in its expansion activities. But Huawei’s globalisation efforts were marred by issues of security concerns expressed by countries that were skeptical over its lack of transparency. US had vehemently opposed Huawei’s growth activities in its country. To become a truly global company, Huawei had to develop its market in the US. Against the backdrop of such security concerns, the case study would analyse the growth of Huawei in its home country, China, its international growth strategies and whether the hue and cry raised by the US authorities on security concerns would really impede the growth of Huawei globally.

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