Huawei chief expects to avoid US sanctions

first_img Author Related AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 09 JUL 2018 Tags Previous ArticleSonos steps up smart speaker ambitions with IPONext ArticleKenya probes communication, money sectors Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Diana Goovaerts Huawei’s rotating chairman expressed confidence the company will avoid trade sanctions similar to those which have plagued fellow Chinese vendor ZTE, despite being the subject of a criminal probe by US officials.Ken Hu told French newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche it would be “hard to imagine” Huawei would be hit by sanctions given what he called its “very efficient” system of export controls. He added the company closely abides by all laws and regulations passed in the US and Europe.The comments come as Huawei faces a US Department of Justice investigation into whether it violated restrictions on trade with Iran.A similar investigation into ZTE’s dealings resulted in a seven-year trade ban which almost sank the company before President Trump’s administration struck a settlement deal to let it operate, after paying a $1.4 billion fine and shuffling its leadership.US companies supply key components to both Huawei and ZTE, making the impact of a potential trade ban devastating. Hu said Huawei’s supply chain is international, but noted the company plans to continue buying US chips this year despite the investigation.center_img FCC mulls expanded Huawei, ZTE bans Huaweitrade sanctionZTE ZTE pushes flexibility, simplicity in private 5G networks Latest Stories Home Huawei chief expects to avoid US sanctions Blog: How is chip shortage affecting US?last_img read more

Van Zyl leads strong home contingent at S. Africa Open

first_imgGAUTENG, South Africa – Jaco van Zyl shot a 7-under 65 Thursday to top a South African-dominated leaderboard in the first round of the South African Open, the European Tour’s first event of 2016. Van Zyl maintained the form that put him in ties for eighth and 13th at the season-opening Alfred Dunhill Championship and Nedbank Golf Challenge before Christmas, making six birdies and an eagle. Shaun Norris was alone in second place after a 66, and Jbe Kruger and Keith Horne were tied for third at 5 under at Glendower Golf Club as South Africans filled the top four places. Two more were in a six-way tie at 4 under – Justin Walters and 2006 winner Retief Goosen. Defending champion Andy Sullivan of England shot 3 over and was 10 strokes off the pace. Play was suspended for the day because of the threat of lightning, with 33 players still to finish their rounds. Nicolas Colsaerts (shoulder) and Richard Finch (Achilles) retired in the first round. Van Zyl has 13 victories on South Africa’s Sunshine Tour but is yet to win on the European Tour, with the most recent of his four runner-up finishes coming at the Turkish Airlines Open in November. ”I’ve had a couple of weeks off, spending time with the family,” Van Zyl said. ”I’ve had my fair share of whisky and Christmas pudding so it was really nice to get off to a good start.” Starting at No. 10, Van Zyl picked up four shots on his front nine, and moved to 7 under after an eagle 3 at the par-5 second hole. He made up for his only bogey of the round, on No. 7, by making a birdie from three feet on the next hole.last_img read more

Saving Old Growth One Click at a Time

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreWith one click you can save a section of old growth forest in Sweden. “Ett klick for skogen” in Swedish means, “A click for the forest.” Every time you click, the Web site’s sponsors contribute towards the purchase of old growth forests. To date 70 hectares (172 acres) have been protected. With your help, this number will grow. Global warming is a global problem. Saving a tree in Sweden reduces CO2 and benefits even people living on the other side of the planet. Visit as often as you like — and click — to protect forests and the climate worldwide. (The Conscious Earth)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more


first_imgCanada:Toronto Transit Commission has signed a C$7·9m contract for integrated software from IFS Applications to replace five maintenance and support systems.China:Coronet Rail Ltd has won an order to supply fishplates worth £100000 for the 3·5 km Yam O – Penny’s Bay light metro feeder line in Hong Kong.France:RATP has placed an order for 21 Alstom Citadis trams with options for 49 more which would bring the contract value to €181m. The 40m long low-floor vehicles will be delivered from 2005 for use on the 8 km Maréchaux Sud line in Paris.A public inquiry considering proposals to build three light rail routes totalling 16·5 km began in Marseille on January 5, and is due to finish on February 13. As well as new Bougainville – Castellane and Quatre Septembre – La Blancarde routes, the €500m programme includes extending Line 68, which closed for rebuilding on January 8, from Saint-Pierre to Les Caillols.Germany:The Land of Hessen is to provide €20·9m for the fourth stage of the Lossetalbahn project, which will extend the Kassel tram-train network 5·6 km from Helsa to Hessisch-Lichtenau by 2005 (RG 12.02 p779). Greece:RATP Développement of France has been awarded a three-year contract worth €6m to assist with the creation of a three-line suburban network including the new line to Spata Airport under construction for the opening of the Olympic Games in August (RG 1.01 p40). The routes will be operated by new OSE subsidiary Prostiakos, headed by René Thfoin.last_img read more


first_imgYou can contact Police Scotland on 101 quoting incident 0515 of 1st May 2019.” Not Actual Vehicle AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInPOLICE from Wigtownshire have reported that an orange Ford Ranger pickup vehicle with the registration number YS64 OTK has been stolen from a farm near Wigtown sometime overnight.A police spokesperson stated “The vehicle was discovered missing around 5:30 AM this morning (Wednesday 1st May 2019) and we are keen to speak to anyone that may have seen the vehicle since then.last_img

The life of Spilková? Just playground and room. We…

first_img“I’m excited to be here. It’s a home environment, I can speak Czech, eat Czech food, have a small beer. I am grateful for the opportunity to play here, “she said.From Friday, the Czech Ladies Open will take place in Beroun Golf Club – a tournament that belongs to the elite circuit of the Ladies European Tour.Spilková before the tournament in Beroun: I really wanted to play here“And I’m especially glad that we can finally play golf again. The more, the better, even if it’s challenging. I feel tired, but I try to adapt the program so that I sleep as well as possible, regenerate, “described the 26-year-old golfer.He is entitled to fatigue, as he is currently commuting from tournament to tournament. Over the past month, after a six-month coronavirus break, she has completed a series of four events – two tournaments in the United States and two in Scotland, including the major British Open.So she wondered if she would prefer rest. “But I’m a player in body and soul, I’m competitive and I couldn’t sleep,” she laughed.So she closed herself in an airtight bubble. The life of a professional golfer in normal times probably looks quite nice. However, according to Spilková, this is not honey at this crazy time. She has passed seven coronavirus tests in the last month. One always before the tournament and one after it. In the United States it had to spit into a tube, in Scotland they already had a similar test as in the Czech Republic.It’s hard to imagine how psychologically demanding it must be for golfers right now. After all, they are just commuting between hotel rooms and golf courses. They don’t look anywhere, they can’t go anywhere. They even take food from the hotel to their room to avoid other guests.“In Scotland, the rules were so strict that we couldn’t even walk around the hotel. We could only go for a while in front of the hotel to breathe fresh air, otherwise still a room – playground. We have lost any freedom, and freedom is very important for a person, “Spilková is clear.And she is not alone. Some golfers and other athletes have already heard that if the current situation persists, they will even consider ending their career. “A lot of players won’t want to live like this. We spend the whole year in tournaments, it’s our life that we don’t want to spend closed in one room. It also flashed through my head when I was locked up in a hotel for a month and couldn’t get out. But I still hope it gets better, “he says.She herself is not afraid that she could become infected with the virus, but rather takes the whole current situation with a grain of salt.“Having asymptomatic coronavirus … it feels like hair. The person is healthy, can go running, swimming, anything and must be quarantined for 14 days instead. I understand worries about older people, but this? It’s weird, “he says. “But I try to take it that way. I’m especially glad we can play again. Perhaps even those conditions will gradually improve. “It will improve minimally in terms of viewers. The tournament in Beroun will be the first ever after the restart of the season, where fans will be admitted. And for all days from Friday to Sunday. That’s why Spilková wants to show off at home.She last played in the Czech Republic four years ago at Pilsen’s Dýšina. However, the patient did not go through the cut, which she would like to avoid this year. “I hope Beroun will play with me. I’m really looking forward to it, “he attracts fans.last_img read more