China, the U.S. and the whole global economy are losing because of the tariff war.
Huawei is currently number two in terms of global smartphone market share since July last year.
With attitudes in the United States and China toward one another hardening, there is a mutual lack of strategic trust, and this bodes ill for any compromise or peaceful accommodation.
In a certain way, we are witnessing the end of the era of global tech.
[W]e do not need conclusive evidence to suppose that there is a close relationship between Huawei and the Chinese government.
Trump’s focus on technology in his battle with China could hit portfolios hard. However, a sell-off may be what is needed to ease tensions.
The U.S. ban on Huawei threatens to further divide the internet into geopolitical power blocks.
[I]t is hard to see someone like Trump elevated to a champion and freedom advocate, but it is worse to shut our eyes regarding what Huawei might mean.
[W]hen the U.S. and Chinese economies suffer, Taiwan’s exports will certainly decline.
In the Western Pacific, China has been constructing military bases and wooing new allies projects that could be would likely erupt