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Huawei will receive help from Chinese government to grow

A report published by The Wall Street Journal He revealed information that could be transcendental for the technological war that Huawei waged against the US government of Donald Trump. According to the North American newspaper, the Chinese technology company received help from the government to position itself as one of the telecommunications giants most important in the world.

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It may seem like a small thing but it is not if we consider that Huawei has received loans from Chinese banks since 2008 for more than 30 billion dollars, in addition to other equivalent financing, according to WSJ, to 16 billion dollars. And here we will say that there is no problem, because it is a loan, but when the media revealed that Huawei has saved 75 million dollars in taxes thanks to the government of China.

The saving of taxes is a common practice in our country by large companies, but this does not mean that it is well. Above all, and in the particular case of Huawei, because it positions the company with an advantage over other competitors. And in the specific case of countries like ours, because these taxes may well be used for the benefit of the population.

In this regard, Huawei points out that the article of WSJ it's biased but he also accepts that he has received help from the Chinese government, it is justified by explaining that he has used it in development and technological research to give back to his country.

On the other hand, it is no secret to anyone that the Chinese government is doing the impossible to dominate the 5G network and Huawei is a central player to make this happen, since it has invested about 4 billion in the development of it. The United States also seeks to do the same and cyber warfare is just around the corner, becausewho dominates the 5G network dominate the global market for a long time.

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