08 Huawei Investment & Holding Co., Ltd.
2019 was an extraordinary year for Huawei. Nonstop
pressure from the US government, in a deliberate attempt
to spread disinformation, has put our company under the
spotlight. In response, we have made a concerted effort to
enhance transparency and communicate more proactively
with the world. We remain committed to the facts and open
information sharing. Over the past year, we have invited
numerous stakeholders, including journalists, researchers,
experts, and government officials around the world, to come
and see with their own eyes what Huawei is truly about.
Faced with an unprecedented smear campaign by the US
government, we have resorted to defending our legitimate
rights and interests through legal action.
■ On March 7, 2019, Huawei filed a lawsuit in a US federal
district court, challenging the constitutionality of Section
889 of the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act
■ On December 5, 2019, Huawei mounted a legal challenge
to the unconstitutional sales restrictions imposed by the
US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Justice will always prevail, and Huawei will continue to protect
its legitimate rights and interests through the proper channels.
Safeguarding Our Legitimate
Rights and Interests
Media delegation from Eastern Europe
visits the Huawei Antenna Innovation
Center on June 5, 2019
African and Middle Eastern media outlets interview Ren
Zhengfei on October 20, 2019
Huawei announces lawsuit against the US
government for unconstitutional provisions in the
NDAA on March 7, 2019
There are no backdoors in Huawei products, and our front door
remains wide open. In 2019, we hosted over 4,500 journalists,
over 3,000 experts and researchers, and over 1,000 government
delegations from around the world at our headquarters in Shenzhen.
They visited our labs, production lines, our Shareholding Room, and
countless other facilities. Huawei executives gave nearly 300 speeches
and interviews, reflecting a sharp increase in proactive engagement.