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TV Monitor
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5/4/2018 | 10:47:13 PM
Re: Huawei
@rocket101

http://fonow.com/view/205809.html

Huawei stands: annual sales revenue exceeds 600 billion yuan per capita annual salary of nearly 700,000 yuan
via:博客园     time:2018/4/9 10:01:35     readed:85

in addition, the annual report also disclosed that currently there are approximately 180,000 Huawei employees and over 160 nationalities. The localization rate of overseas employees is approximately 70%. In terms of 180,000 employees, the annual salary per employee of Huawei was 688,900 yuan in 2017 based on the amount of employee salary, salary, and other benefits, and the amount of time under the project plan.

 

Huawei actually triggered a controversey in Japan, when it offered its brand new college graduate Japanese employees 2.5 times what Japanese big companies were paying as the starting salary.
rocket101
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5/4/2018 | 7:53:14 PM
Re: Huawei
>>The average salary at Huawei in China is 700,000 Yuan($115K USD).

Is this true? Where did you get this info? 115K USD is not cheap at all, it could be

a bit less in Silicon Valley, but definitely a good number for the rest of USA. Given the army of employees Huawei has, how can they afford to be profitable, employee owned with NO meddling from the Chinese Government as per Huawei? Even the other competitors like Nokia and ERIC may not have 115K as average salary. 

 
TV Monitor
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5/4/2018 | 12:01:10 PM
Re: Huawei
"They have dam cheap labor"

This is not true. The average salary at Huawei in China is 700,000 Yuan($115K USD).

Such high wage allows Huawei to attract the best and the brightest across China.

Huawei gets its price competitiveness from attractive financing from Chinese state banks and state subsidies, not from low wage.
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5/3/2018 | 8:06:59 PM
Huawei
Huawei is a bad ACTOR

They steal american jobs and designs, Cisco was one. They have dam cheap labor and have run many equipment manufactures in the US and in the Euro out of business. For a long time they have had secret back door access to their equipment to monitor every thing. So the dam cheap labor is the killer used to out bid everyone. It a company that needs to be throttled back.

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4/27/2018 | 11:39:26 PM
Re: Trigger turmoil and...[Huawei will NOT be missed]
THe one thing we can say for sure is there aren't plenty of vendors. IF we cut out Huawei and ZTE that leaves... two.

I think for now the US will  use the Huawei Iran probe as just a means of pressing its case of China as mercantilist scofflaw.  The nuclear option of banning component supply is highly unlikely - and there are even some in CHina who think ZTE deserved the ban for its stupidity.

But interesting that Tim Cook met with Trump this week. Apple is the one most vulnerable to China retaliation.

 
Joe Stanganelli
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4/27/2018 | 4:25:20 PM
Huawei's unpopularity
Huawei has long attracted way more political attention than ZTE has.

That said, the situation for Huawei has gone from bad to worse, politically. Case in point: HPE's recent emphatic distancing of itself from a standard collaborative announcement in which Huawei mentioned HPE by name. (link)
rocket101
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4/27/2018 | 3:22:18 PM
Re: Trigger turmoil and...[Huawei will NOT be missed]
What turmoil? Huwaei will NOT be missed as it was anyway irrelevant here in USA and hope Europeans too wake up. Why is Lightreading so worried with what is going on with Huawei? Looks like Lightreading is being paid to write rosy articles about Huwaei? Is thjis true?

Read WallStreeet Journal.....Huawei Pulls Bond Sale Amid U.S. Scrrutiny......Did they sell to IRAN using components purchased from U.S. suppliers? 

Request to Lightreading...please stop being a mouthpiece for Chinese vendors...if you have to publish rosy articles regarding Chinese vendors, please also publsih the negative ones. 

 

There will be no turmoil at all. There are plenty on vendors out there, no need to worry.

 

 
tojofay
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4/27/2018 | 2:08:36 PM
Re: Trigger turmoil and...
Cut and paste is lazy, only slightly better than a company paying you to write, promote, and say favorable things about it in the guise of objective analysis. May the best product win in an open market!

  
Ray@LR
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4/27/2018 | 1:53:58 PM
Re: Trigger turmoil and...
Ah tojofay... But then you'd need to find somewhere else to cut and paste links to the press releases of your fave optical vendor! 

In all seriousness, this situation deserves a reasoned debate - I hope the next message posted will kickstart such a conversation because this is increasingly looking like a pivotal moment for the industry. Major instability in the supply chain caused by any further curtailments in the trading options for US components firms would favor only the few.
tojofay
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4/27/2018 | 12:41:07 PM
Trigger turmoil and...
...end sponsorship of all those pro-Huawei articles in Lightreading- you guys are screwed.

 


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