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Xu’s comments come at a time when Huawei has sued the U.S. government over a law that restricts its market access. In Canada, lawyers for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of founder Ren Zhengfei, have sued the government over her Dec. 1 arrest at the behest of the United States. She was charged with bank and wire fraud to violate U.S. sanctions against Iran military cufflinks and studs. Huawei, a privately held firm that offers few details about its internal operations, has in recent months offered media interviews and invited journalists to tour its facilities as part of a counter-attack against the allegations of spying..

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Future growth will also come “primarily” from these, Xu said, with sales of equipment to telecom carriers growing at single digit rates. Huawei is the world’s top producer of telecoms equipment and third-biggest maker of smartphones. On Huawei’s semiconductor operations, HiSilicon, Xu said the unit produced more than $7.5 billion worth of chips last year military cufflinks and studs. That compares with an estimated $21 billon of chips that Huawei acquired from outside vendors. HiSilicon produces chip designs for Huawei’s equipment mainly, with the manufacturing handled by so-called “foundry” companies such as Taiwan’s TSMC..