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Huawei CEO: "US companies will suffer the most"

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Huawei CEO: 'US companies will suffer the most'

Huawei CEO: "US companies will suffer the most"

Watch the full interview on Global Conversation with Huawei's founder Zhengfei Ren.

He explains how the US allegations that the companies equipment could be used for spying, has had little impact on Huawei's business.

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