Chinese telecoms giant Huawei will launch a new smartphone on Tuesday to better compete with high-end rivals like Apple and Samsung overseas, a company official said. Huawei will unveil the Ascend P6 in London in one of its major smartphone...Show More Summary
By Paulo Santos: This is a tale of two giant telecoms which, in many ways, are very similar. I am talking about Verizon (VZ) and China Mobile (CHL). Size Presently, Verizon is the larger company, with TTM revenues of $117 billion versus China Mobile's $89.4 billion. Show More Summary
Overall mobile penetration in China stands at 75%, which is lower than other large emerging economies like Mexico and Brazil, where penetration is well over 80%. The TD-SCDMA (TD) technology is an air interface developed in China in an attempt to avoid dependence on Western technology. However, in January 2009, the Government assigned licences for different 3G [...]
The Great Potential of Telecom Operators in China
Forget links to the Party or fears of security breaches: the telecom supplier is under fire because China is mistrusted. The U.S. spying furore merely adds to concerns that networks are leaky. Huawei can’t change that, but it can upgrade governance, and get consumers on its side.
LONDON: Shares in Vodafone slipped over 1% this morning, to 190.88 pence, as the telecoms Goliath announced that it is withdrawing from the process to award two telecommunications licences in Myanmar. Back in early April, Vodafone revealed...Show More Summary
The two telecom giants determine the licensing opportunity doesn't meet their respective investment guidelines.
A consortium consisting of Vodafone and China Mobile have opted to remove themselves from consideration for two telecom licenses to be awarded in the country of Myanmar, Vodafone announced today. In an effort to improve its telecommunications...Show More Summary
On the list of investors’ needs these days, income is at or near the top. Yet, as the market has gone up and up for six months straight, income opportunities have diminished. On the other hand, investors are duly worried that once central bank support tapers off and interest rates go up, many other dividend-paying [...]
China Mobile Ltd. (ADR) (NYSE:CHL), the world’s largest mobile operator, is moving forward with its 4G TD-LTE roll-out. Beginning June 1, China Mobile Ltd. (ADR) (NYSE:CHL) is planning to invite around 5,000 users to start testing the TD (Time-Division)-LTE service in Shanghai. China Mobile is expected to cover the whole city with the TD-LTE network [...]
Germany will push for discussions on resolving disputes between Brussels and Beijing over Chinese telecom products.
China enters informal talks with EU hoping to ease tensions on charges of telecom market and solar panel pricing.
Premier Li Keqiang calls on the EU to "respect the principles of free trade" in response to anti-dumping investigation.
The European Union may be trying to protect its telecom equipment industry with its recent threat to investigate China over networking equipment imports. But the move could end up hurting the chances of Western vendors intent on supplying technology to China's upcoming 4G services launch, according to analysts. Show More Summary
The Chinese government threatens retaliation if the European Trade Commission goes through with its investigation of anti-competitive practices by Chinese telecom equipment companies.
The People's Republic of Manufacturing is rattling sabers and promising a tit-for-tat battle if the European Union investigates allegations of anti-competitive practices by Chinese telecom equipment manufacturers. This threat by theShow More Summary
Beijing threatens to retaliate if EU opens investigation into alleged Chinese anti-competitive behaviour.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - China threatened on Thursday to retaliate if the European Union formally opens an investigation into alleged anti-competitive behavior by Chinese mobile telecom equipment companies.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission plans to send a formal warning to China that it is ready to levy trade duties against telecoms equipment makers Huawei Technologies Co Ltd and ZTE Corp over what it says are illegal subsidies, people close t...
A Nevada jury ordered Las Vegas Sands to pay a businessman $70 million for helping the casino giant enter the Macau market; China on Tuesday urged the European Union not to engage in trade protectionism.