Huawei's founder and CEO, Ren Zhengfei, made interviews last week, responding to putting his company on the US list of bans. In a conversation with Bloomberg he says he neither expects, nor hopes, the Chinese government's revenge against the ban on the Trump administration. Resolute Jungfei says, "This is not going to happen above all. And second, if that happens, I will be the first to protest. "
The renown revolves around Huawei's name in the United States, and US security agencies call it a threat to national security and prompt consumers to buy Huawei devices. Other allegations of intellectual property and theft of business secrets also violate Company's reputation, even if hard evidence of material misconduct is hard to find. Recently, President Trump said the measures taken by his administration were rather a move to trade talks against China than a real response to Huawei's national security. protects his company, but Zhenghei takes a different approach. He argues that Huawei's current uncertain position is like flying a hole in his country: it's not great, but the plane is still high and the company will have to make the appropriate adjustments.