Reference News Network reported on January 23 that Liang Hua, chairman of Huawei, said on January 22 that Huawei would allow foreign officials to visit its laboratory.
According to Reuters on January 22, Liang Hua made the remarks during his participation in the World Economic Forum in Davos. Our business is global, and in every country, we are in full compliance with local laws and regulations, he added. He said that he welcomed visits to the companys product development business and other departments.
Liang Huas appearance in Davos is part of the Chinese technology giants public relations blitzkrieg, and the company is seeking to alleviate Western concerns, the report said.
We dont see any evidence that Huawei is unsafe, he said. Network security is a common challenge. This is not a problem for any company.
In addition, Liang Hua also said about the Meng Wanzhou incident that the company is paying close attention to the incident and hopes to solve it quickly.
According to Reuters on January 21, Huawei launched an unprecedented public relations war recently. In an attempt to alleviate fears in Western countries that are desperate to shut it out, the telecom company has brought its low-key founder to the international media.
The 25-minute interview broadcast on the evening of the 20th was the first time that Ren Zhengfei, the chief executive of Huawei, was interviewed by CCTV.
According to CCTV, before last week, Ren Zhengfei had received no more than 10 media interviews since Huawei was founded in 1987. His last meeting with the international media was in Davos in 2015.
Source: Reference News Network Author: Wang Ximeng Responsible Editor: Su Honghong_NBJ9980