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Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei speaking at the company’s headquarters in Shenzhen.

Huawei founder denies spy accusation, optimistic about the future

CHINA (China Daily) -- Ren Zhengfei, the 74-year-old founder and president of Chinese telecom giant Huawei, spoke about the company’s future and security is-sues with media at the company’s headquarters in Shenzhen.
Six journalists were invited for the meeting, including reporters from the Financial Times, Bloomberg and the Wall Street Journal, a BBC report said, adding that the event was rare as the last such event took place more than three years ago.
“Huawei serves 3 billion customers in 30 years in 170 countries, and has a good safety record. There has never been a major problem,” Ren told Financial Times.
“Huawei is an independent business, we are committed to be on the side of our customers when it comes to cyber security and protecting privacy. We will never harm any nation or individual. “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has already clarified that no law in China requires any company to install backdoors. Huawei, or me, have never received any request from any government to provide information,” the founder said.
Ren also said he was missing his daughter Meng Wanzhou “very much”.
Meng, the technology company’s chief financial officer, is currently out on bail and faces extradition to the US.

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