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ther devices. Ren has repeatedly said the company itself can supply all of its high-end core chipsets, an
d it is also working to use components made in China and other countries to reduce its reliance on US suppliers.
Lyu Tingjie, a telecommunications professor at Beijing University
of Posts and Telecommunications, said Huawei’s situation will motivate China to ramp up its
push to achieve breakthroughs in core electronic components and deepen cooperation with other countries.