U.S. Roadblocks Cause Huawei To Focus On Other Markets
Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei hasn’t had it easy in the United States.
The company’s troubles began with a congressional report back in 2012.
That report noted its equipment could be used to spy on American citizens or even on the government.
Since then, Huawei has been considered a security threat.
The government even convinced AT&T and Verizon to end potential deals with the company.
Recently, news broke that Best Buy would even stop selling Huawei phones.