Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei presented a USD 1.9 billion, three-year investment plan for France in a meeting with French prime minister Manuel Valls, reports Les Echos. The move comes two weeks after Huawei opened a European R&D centre at the ... Telecompaper, 1 month ago
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Ren Zhengfei President & CEO Huawei Technologies Huawei plans to invest £5 million ($8 million) in University of Surrey's 5G Innovation Centre to develop the world's first 5G test bed. The Chinese vendor has long been a strong proponent of ...Mobile World, 3 weeks ago HUAWEI TECHNOLOGY : Germany's Deputy Premier Met with Huawei CEO 4 Traders, 1 month ago Germany's Deputy Premier Met with Huawei CEO Individual.com, 1 month ago
-- Zhengzhou, China (PRWEB) September 20, 2014 In July 2014, China's president, Xi Jinping, was invited to visit South Korea. The follow-up visitors reached 250, being the largest group ever. At the forum, Chinese and North Korean entrepreneurs ...Consumer Electronics Net, 2 months ago
Marvin J Hackensack III served his time with the US Army in Vietnam; he hadn't wanted to but the compulsory draft left him no choice. However his time in the Signals Corps bore him in good stead and when he came home he set up his own electronics ...Videoconferencing Insight, 23 hours ago
Move over, Ireland. Companies from Microsoft Corp to China's Huawei Technologies Co scouring Europe for fiscally attractive shores are turning to an unlikely country: France. As a base for research and development teams, that is. Tax breaks for ...Borneo Post Online, 5 days ago Firms choose fiscally attractive France for its R&D tax breaks BDlive, 1 week ago Tax haven! France turns honey pot for tech firms The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago Companies Scouring Europe for the Best Tax Deals Are Turning to France Yahoo! Finance, 1 week ago
China is famous as a center for making low-cost parts for iconic gadgets like Apple's iPhone and Sony's PlayStation console but the growing Asian superpower wants to move up the tech industry food chain and sell its own products.US News & World Report, 6 days ago
East West Bank, a subsidiary of East West Bancorp of California, expanded its business in China today with the opening of a branch in Shenzhen in a ceremony attended by its chairman Dominic Ng and Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti. Located just north of ...Forbes.com, 1 week ago
Last August, more than 50 young students, spent one week gaining experience, knowledge and confidence in their own abilities as future entrepreneurs. by Criseida Martinez Marco * ThinkYoung, the University of Hong Kong and Huawei launched ...European Business Review, 3 weeks ago
The Korea Herald Publication Date : 28-10-2014 Interbrand, an American brand consultancy, has been releasing an annual ranking of 100 global brands since 2000, evaluating each brand's financial performance, role and strengths. A closer ...Asia News Network, 1 month ago [SUPER RICH] World's top brands Korea Herald, 1 month ago
Some Cambridge telecoms companies hoping to cash in on Huawei's decision to build a centre of excellence in the UK innovation capital have been warned by US partners not to deal with the Chinese ICT giant or its compatriot ZTE. Huawei and ZTE are ...Business Weekly UK, 1 month ago Huawei Boss Guo Ping Says Growth Undeterred by US Contracts Ban International Business Times UK, 1 month ago Huawei boss says US ban 'not very important' BBC, 1 month ago Huawei: US ban 'not very important' BBC, 1 month ago
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