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FULL PAGE ADVERT BY HUAWEI CAPTION “Don’t believe everything you hear”

Huawei has reached out to Americans in an unusual, full-page advert in the Wall Street Journal, telling them: “Don’t believe everything you hear.”

In an open letter, executive Catherine Chen invited US media to visit the firm to clear up “misunderstandings” created by the US government.

The US has been pressuring its allies to shun Huawei equipment on the grounds of national security.

Some governments have done just that, putting the firm on the defensive.

“I am writing to you in the hopes that we can come to understand each other better. In recent years, the US government has developed some misunderstandings about us,” Ms Chen, director of the board at Huawei, said in the letter.

The advert, posted on Twitter by a Wall Street Journal reporter who covers cyber security, invited members of the US media to “visit our campuses and meet our employees”.

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“Don’t believe everything you hear. Come and see us. We look forward to meeting you,” it said.

Huawei has reached out to Americans in an unusual, full-page advert in the Wall Street Journal, telling them: “Don’t believe everything you hear.”

In an open letter, executive Catherine Chen invited US media to visit the firm to clear up “misunderstandings” created by the US government.

The US has been pressuring its allies to shun Huawei equipment on the grounds of national security.

Some governments have done just that, putting the firm on the defensive.

“I am writing to you in the hopes that we can come to understand each other better. In recent years, the US government has developed some misunderstandings about us,” Ms Chen, director of the board at Huawei, said in the letter.

The advert, posted on Twitter by a Wall Street Journal reporter who covers cyber security, invited members of the US media to “visit our campuses and meet our employees”.

“Don’t believe everything you hear. Come and see us. We look forward to meeting you,” it said.

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei has been the focus of intense international scrutiny lately, with several countries raising security concerns about its products.

Australia, New Zealand, and the US have already banned or blocked Huawei from supplying equipment for their future 5G mobile broadband networks.

 

SOURCE:BBC

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