Chinese telecom producer Huawei feels particularly affected by the relationship between the United States and China and the pending commercial war.
In fact, to such an extent that the smartphone manufacturer is now threatening to completely withdraw from Western countries.
“If we encounter additional problems in some countries, we may choose to transfer technological partnerships to countries where we are welcome and to which we can cooperate,” Huai’s chairman Liang Hua said at the Davos Summit. according to the newspaper.
The statement also comes after several countries suspect Huawei for espionage on behalf of the Chinese government.
The rumors that Huawei is contributing to espionage on its customers have caused both the US, Australia and New Zealand to exclude the company from working on their upcoming 5G network.
In recent times, the case of Huawei’s relations with the Chinese government has been pointed out after Poland has arrested the sales manager of Huawei in Poland following suspicion of espionage.
The arrest took place just a few weeks after Huawei’s CFO was arrested in Canada at the request of the United States.