Recently, Huawei was exposed or unable to purchase electronic parts from Japan? Here comes the official response

According to the data, Huawei purchased more than 1 trillion yen of electronic components from Japanese enterprises in 2019. Kyodo News Agency reported that on August 17, the United States announced that 38 related companies from 21 countries, including Mexico and France, were included in the prohibited list, intending to carry out a high degree of “supervision” on the semiconductor supply of these enterprises. As a result, there were rumors that Huawei might not be able to continue to purchase parts from Japanese suppliers. However, Huawei is well prepared for the US move in advance. On the one hand, Huawei is actively building its own parts inventory. According to the balance sheet disclosed by Huawei, the company spent 167.3 billion yuan on “inventory and other contract costs” including parts inventory in 2019, with a year-on-year increase of 73%. In addition, Huawei is also trying to maintain cooperative relations with some suppliers. On July 30, Huawei solved the patent licensing issue with us chip giant Qualcomm. At the beginning of August, Huawei was also exposed to add 120 million chip orders to the well-known chip manufacturing giant MediaTek, which has not been publicly responded to. < / P > < p > on the other hand, Huawei is still trying to increase the proportion of self-developed parts. An analysis report by Fomalhaut technology solutions, a Japanese research firm, points out that in the current 5g version of Huawei’s high-end series of smart phones, “mate 30”, the proportion of relevant parts produced in the United States has dropped from 11% to 1%, and the replaced parts are from China, Japan and other suppliers. According to the data, the proportion of domestic parts used in the 5g version of Huawei’s latest “mate 30” smartphone has risen to about 42%. Some analysts have pointed out that since May last year, although some U.S. enterprises have not been allowed to continue cooperation with Huawei, the two sides have already restarted many general parts transactions. According to the Southern Metropolis Daily, on August 18, the semiconductor industry association of the United States issued a warning to the relevant departments in the United States that the upgraded restrictions will undoubtedly bring huge economic losses to the local semiconductor industry. If the company fails to cooperate with Huawei, it will send its competitors $8 billion worth of orders every year. Privacy Policy