Huawei Releases Social Responsibility Report

Huawei released its 2010 corporate social responsibility report

June 13, 2011

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SHENZHEN, China -- Huawei, a leading telecom solutions provider, today released its 2010 corporate social responsibility (CSR) report. The report provides an overall review of Huawei’s commitments and practices with regard to its corporate social responsibilities, including implementing fair operations, practicing ongoing environmental protection, bridging the digital divide, enhancing supply chain CSR management, caring for employees, and offering community support. The report demonstrates Huawei’s efforts and contributions in driving the sustainable development of the economy, society, and the environment.

This is Huawei’s third annual CSR report. The report was compiled in compliance with the G3 guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), and it discloses Huawei’s efforts and practices in a systematic and standardized manner. Major core indicators were used. The application level of the report is B+.

As outlined in the report, in 2010, Huawei took proactive measures worldwide to fulfill its social responsibilities as a global corporate citizen. To achieve these efforts, Huawei worked to optimize its CSR management system, which ensures closed-loop management starting from strategic planning and continuing through to execution.

In her “Message from the Chairwoman,” Huawei’s Chairwoman Sun Yafang noted, “An enterprise can survive, sustain its growth, and contribute to society only if that business consistently aligns its core values and operational responsibilities with its social responsibilities, rather than seeking merely short-term achievements.”

For more information about Huawei's 2010 corporate social responsibility report, please visit

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd.

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