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Money After US sanctions: Huawei grows more slowly in the third quarter

12:50  23 october  2020
12:50  23 october  2020 Source:   t3n.de

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After the US tightened sanctions, the Chinese technology giant Huawei grew more slowly in the third quarter.

Wegen Sanktionen wächst Huawei langsamer. © Shutterstock Huawei is growing more slowly due to sanctions. While sales in the first half of the year had increased by 13.1 percent compared to the previous year, the year-on-year increase until the end of September was only 9.9 percent. This emerges from business figures that the group from Shenzhen in southern China presented on Friday.

According to this, Huawei turned over 671.3 billion yuan (about 85 billion euros) in the period from January to September. The net margin, i.e. the portion that ultimately remains as profit from sales, was eight percent in the first nine months, according to the announcement. The company did not provide any details about the profit itself.

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The growing investigation also comes after Huawei ’s smaller domestic rival, ZTE, in March pleaded guilty to breaking sanctions and was fined .19 billion. In the fourth quarter of 2016, Huawei was the third -largest smartphone maker in the world, with a global market share of about 10 percent.

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The US government further tightened its sanctions against Huawei in July in order to cut the Chinese group's access to any chips from international production. According to the regulation, chips that have been designed using American software or manufactured using American technology may no longer be delivered to Huawei. According to analysts, Chinese companies have not yet been able to produce similarly advanced chips.

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In a statement on the quarterly figures, Huawei did not go directly to the US penalties but wrote that Huawei's global supply chain has come under severe pressure as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic. Production and operation are "facing major challenges". The company continues to strive to "find solutions, survive, move forward and meet its obligations to customers and suppliers".

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Most Read. US election: is Biden on course for a blowout victory? Gartner, the research group, had calculated that Huawei was the worst hit of the major smartphone makers in the first quarter , with shipments declining 27 per cent, but the company said its consumer business had increased sales by

US officials said Huawei had been circumventing sanctions by obtaining chips and components that - US trying to 'crush' rivals -. Huawei is poised to become a global leader in the coming advent of "Any other country or company with more advanced technologies may put US supremacy at risk," he

The USA accuse Huawei of espionage, among other things, which the company firmly rejects. US President Donald Trump called the company "Spy-wei". Huawei has been subject to US sanctions since 2019, which have been gradually tightened. dpa

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