Huawei in Canada: Can It Become a Trusted Player? Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Ten years after expanding abroad, Chinese telecommunications gear manufacturer Huawei faces espionage accusations from the US authorities, a claim that has shut it out of most of the US market. Now the threat has started to hinder possible deals in Canada, a market it entered just four years back. It is a marketplace where it has slowly built a market presence with a tactical focus crucial to the world-wide research initiatives. Sean Yang, president of the Canadian operations of Huawei, must now reaffirm the dedication of the company to Canada and recover its clients' trust. It may also be embraced for teaching external analysis, including PESTEL, five- driving-forces, powers and crucial success-variable evaluations.

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