Attendees stand in front of Huawei Technologies signage during the company’s P20 Pro smartphone unveiling event in Paris in March. The company’s CFO was arrested in Canada on December 1, at the request of the US. Photo: Bloomberg Attendees stand in front of Huawei Technologies signage during the company’s P20 Pro smartphone unveiling event in Paris in March. The company’s CFO was arrested in Canada on December 1, at the request of the US. Photo: Bloomberg
Attendees stand in front of Huawei Technologies signage during the company’s P20 Pro smartphone unveiling event in Paris in March. The company’s CFO was arrested in Canada on December 1, at the request of the US. Photo: Bloomberg
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

Huawei is the heart of darkness for US policymakers, resulting in a defensive approach to 5G development

  • David Dodwell says US paranoia towards Chinese 5G development, led by Huawei, may see a wholly unnecessary and potentially harmful divide in the world’s digital economy

Attendees stand in front of Huawei Technologies signage during the company’s P20 Pro smartphone unveiling event in Paris in March. The company’s CFO was arrested in Canada on December 1, at the request of the US. Photo: Bloomberg Attendees stand in front of Huawei Technologies signage during the company’s P20 Pro smartphone unveiling event in Paris in March. The company’s CFO was arrested in Canada on December 1, at the request of the US. Photo: Bloomberg
Attendees stand in front of Huawei Technologies signage during the company’s P20 Pro smartphone unveiling event in Paris in March. The company’s CFO was arrested in Canada on December 1, at the request of the US. Photo: Bloomberg
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David Dodwell

David Dodwell

David Dodwell is the executive director of the Hong Kong-APEC Trade Policy Study Group, a trade policy think tank.