Huawei business experiencing an intense slow down due to USA ban

Joanna Estrada
April 1, 2020

The Chinese technology giant still managed to become the world's second-largest smartphone maker by market share in 2019, overtaking Apple, mainly by doubling down on its efforts in China.

For the calendar year 2019, Huawei booked revenue of RMB 858.8 billion ($123 billion), a 19% rise over the year before. Net profit came in at 62.7 billion yuan ($9 billion), marking a 5.65% rise from a year ago. That's slower than the profit growth of 25% reported in 2018 and 28% in 2017. We now have been temporary by the use of $12 billion.

"We now have a have a look at the patron commerce, if the whole thing is happening with out being disrupted remaining 12 months, the earnings from the patron commerce would a minimum of be $10 billion USA bucks higher than the numbers we in actuality accomplished", he added.

"We had to deal with the challenges around the supply continuity and we had to address the supply challenges in the short term, so as to supply certain products to our customers". Until today, the company is one of the most affected by the United States vs China trade war.

Huawei has worked closely with developer Behaviour Interactive to get the game into AppGallery and this has meant integrating with Huawei services for in-app purchases and making it possible to create an account in Beyond the Wall using Huawei's own Account Kit. As a result, the company's smartphones had to be released without licensed Google apps pre-installed. Instead they include HMS and Huawei App Gallery, your own store where many popular apps are missing, including all Google apps.

Whether Google would be willing to do so is another question. Google has never been keen on listing its apps on other app stores, notably among then the Amazon App Store. That said, it has its apps listed on Samsung Electronics Co. According to Trump's administration, Huawei was sending key information to the Chinese government.

Huawei reported slowing profit growth in 2019 as the US blacklisting the Chinese technology giant weighed on its business. "I don't think the Chinese government will just watch and let Huawei be slaughtered on a chopping board".

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