Huawei: The Chinese Company That’s Challenging the U.S.

Smartphone and telecom-equipment maker Huawei is one of China’s most successful and controversial companies.  Despite efforts from the U.S. and other countries to restrict its access to cutting edge semiconductor technology, Huawei recently launched a new phone – the Mate 60 – featuring advanced made-in-China chips. The breakthrough has raised one question: Is America’s effort to limit the rise of China’s tech sector failing?

In this episode, CSDS-Asia Matters’ Andrew Peaple analyzes Huawei’s rise, fall, and apparent rise again, with guests Paul Triolo, from the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Dylan Patel, Chief Analyst at the semiconductor consulting firm SemiAnalysis.

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