Meng Wanzhou handed out a note to remind Ren Zhengfei: “Dad, be careful”; for two years, do you understand

On August 7, Yu Chengdong, CEO of Huawei’s consumer business, revealed at the China information technology conference that in the first half of this year, Huawei delivered 105 million mobile phones worldwide, among which, in the second quarter, its global mobile phone shipments surpassed Samsung’s, ranking first. It is estimated that Meng Wanzhou has been “interrogated” shortly after being arrested, and she has mastered some details. As a successful entrepreneur, I believe she also has a keen sense of smell. < / P > < p > the next day, she handed out a note through her husband. Although the note did not have many words, it contained a huge amount of information and a daughter’s worry about her father: < / P > < p > there is a very solemn and stirring sentence. In the future, we will know more details. He has even put his own safety and security at a low level Being totally out of the ordinary, that kind of feeling will have details to prove him in the future. < / P > < p > in fact, it has not been a day or two. Since Huawei’s business started in the United States, there has been no interruption: as early as 2011, the US government prevented Huawei from acquiring 3leaf, an American server technology company, for national security reasons. It is not written by a well-known writer or master, but an autobiography written by Frederick pierrough, a Frenchman who experienced the American Trap himself after he was released from prison. Before he got off the plane, he was arrested by the FBI on suspicion of commercial bribery. The U.S. judiciary later accused pieruzi of commercial bribery and fined his company Alstom $772 million. < p > < p > < p > in prison, pyyale couldn’t carry it any more and accepted all the charges. If he does not plead guilty, the trial will last no less than three years. Once he pleads guilty, he will be jailed for no less than 15 years. In the end, Alstom was forced to sell to ge. < p > < p > pierruzi is just a senior executive in the company, so it is of little significance to arrest him. Moreover, the bribery case has nothing to do with him. What the United States really wants to do is Alstom. The arrest is just a signal, or one of a series of actions against Alston. At first glance, he seems to be a soft egg, unable to withstand the conspiracy of the United States. However, those who have read his book know that he has been tossed about in the United States for nearly five years, and then he returned home and began to expose the evil acts of the United States. < / P > < p > we should know that Alstom was 290th in the global top 500 at that time. Even Huawei was much worse than it. Now it is very difficult for Alstom to see it in the top 500. Even if the defendant is not in the state of the filing court, he has never been there, but as long as there is a “minimum connection” with this place, the local state court has jurisdiction, no matter where he is. In his book, piyulzi mentioned that in addition to arresting several senior executives of Alstom, the United States also conspired against the executives of Alstom to become “informers”. Some important meetings of Alstom were recorded by “informants” as powerful analysis evidence, and “Fishing law enforcement” was implemented by luring. In < / P > < p >, it tells about Ren Laoren’s legendary life; from 1g blank to 5g’s world-renowned, Ren Laoji has formed a complete set of cultivation plans, so that more scientists can stay in Huawei and stay in China. Continue ReadingAmerican companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?