On October 27th foreign media reported that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was preparing to give Huawei permission to participate in 5G construction in the future. Sources said the UK was preparing to launch a decision that would allow Huawei to participate in the “uncontroversial” part of the UK’s 5G network.
It is also the second major European country to allow Huawei to participate in the construction of 5G, after Germany opened its doors to Huawei.
The German government recently removed a clause excluding Huawei from the latest security rules, allowing it to enter the German market, a decision that has even been threatened by the US. Britain’s green light to China is a further sign that the US’s strategy of trying to contain Huawei globally has gone bust.
Recently, Huawei reported its third-quarter 2019 results, with Huawei reporting revenue of 610.8 billion yuan in the first three quarters, up 24.4% YoY, including 185 million smartphone shipments (206 million units for last year), up 26% YoY. As for 5G services, Huawei has signed more than 60 5G commercial contracts with leading operators around the world, and more than 400,000 5G Massive MIMO AUSu has been shipped around the world. Optical transmission, data communications, IT and other production supply situation growth.