China Biz Roundup Podcast: Huawei Profits Jump and ZTE Posts Loss in a Turbulent 2018
Huawei sales hit record $100 billion; clash with Washington drove ZTE $1 billion into the red; Visa to set up wholly foreign-owned firm in China; and more
- Huawei sales hit record $100 billion despite year of setbacks.
- Clash with Washington drove ZTE $1 billion into the red last year.
- Visa to set up wholly foreign-owned firm in China, CEO says.
- MUCH more.
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