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To: Bill Wolf who wrote (158581)6/17/2019 8:28:57 PM
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Keeping politics aside, China hasn't seen such an opposition that would even cripple even some US companies. If you go back and see US govt. always put the interest of US companies front of center of US's global interest. For access to a market as large as China, US companies agreed to what Chinese govt. asked.

This is what made the US manufacturing totally disappear in about more an decade..

Trade can't be a fair playing ground of one side has unstinted govt. support.

The biggest reason for suspicion on Huawei is the lack of transparency in its ownership and control. No matter how much they say they are independent, people will not believe, short of they listing on a US stock exchange and opening its financial books for scrutiny. Nobody will believe that a totalitarian govt doesn't wield control over a national icon that it meticulously built ...

In today's trade environment, whoever is running trade war, I hope has some sort of a reasonable plan.