President Donald Trump and China's Xi Jinping agreed to a truce in their trade war, and Washington pledged to hold off on new tariffs while they negotiate As the United States and China pursue trade talks, there is a “good chance” that more US firms will be granted licenses to sell products to controversial Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, White House economic advisor Larry Kudlow said.

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Huawei today released a white paper on innovation and intellectual property (IP), and warned against the issue being politicized. Speaking at a press conference at the company’s headquarters, Song Liuping, Huawei’s chief legal officer, said that IP is the cornerstone of innovation and its politicization threaten progress across the world.

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The GSMA Association has revealed in its latest report that Chinese mobile operators are leading the world in the deployment of “transformative” Internet of Things (IoT) solutions with 64% of the 1.5 billion global cellular connections including the “rapidly growing” Mobile IoT licensed LPWA technologies.

Read more: GSMA considers China a leader in IoT deployments

During MWC Shanghai 2019, Huawei held the 5G is ON Summit based on the theme of “5G-driven Digital Upgrades”. Ryan Ding, Executive Director of the Board and President of the Carrier BG of Huawei, delivered a keynote speech titled Industries + 5G, Enabling New Growth at the summit.

Read more: Ryan Ding at MWC Shanghai: “Industries + 5G, Enabling New Growth”

ZTE Corporation has demonstrated in partnership with China Mobile, a 5G MU-MIMO (Multi-User, Multiple-Input Multiple-Output) multi-user performance test based on 5G commercial base stations and smartphones at Mobile World Congress Shanghai 2019. The demonstration showcases both companies’ leading positions in commercial performance.  

Read more: ZTE, China Mobile showcase leading MU-MIMO multi-user performance

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