- The Washington Times - Tuesday, August 24, 2010

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Huawei bid challenged” (Inside the Ring, Thursday) accepted at face value allegations several U.S. senators made about our company - allegations that have lingered despite all evidence to the contrary.

The truth is Huawei is an employee-owned private company. Government or military organizations do not hold any shares or control the company in any form.

As a leading global telecommunications solutions provider, Huawei abides by and respects third-party intellectual property rights (IPR) and strives for continuous innovation to maintain our leadership position. Huawei has not been found in violation of IPR laws by any court in any country, nor has Huawei been found to have acquired inappropriately any third-party proprietary information.

Forty-five of the world’s top 50 operators have trusted Huawei to provide innovative and secure solutions. Huawei has a comprehensive trade-compliance organization, policies and operation system, and strictly complies with all the laws, regulations and related trade-compliance regulations established by the United Nations and all the countries in which we operate, including the United States. This also applies to Iran, where our business operation is similar to those of other Western vendors in the market.

We are deeply committed to long-term investment in North America and will continue to contribute to this market by providing innovative communications network solutions and services to address our customers’ needs.

MATT BROSS AND CHARLES DING

Co-presidents, Huawei USA

Plano, Texas

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