Madagascar hopes to have long-term cooperation wit

2022-08-11
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Madagascar hopes to have long-term cooperation with Huawei in the field of communication

Madagascar hopes to have long-term cooperation with Huawei in the field of communication

-- Guo Ping, the rotating CEO of Huawei, met with Rocher kuru, the Prime Minister of the Fourth Republic of Madagascar

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Guo Ping, the rotating CEO of Huawei, received Jinan Lian, the Prime Minister of the Fourth Republic of Madagascar, who went to Shenzhen for an investigation today The gap broaching machine is equipped with the introduction of a professional management company's double position broach Rocher kuru, and the two sides held friendly talks

Huawei has been doing business in Madagascar for 10 years. It has become a major local communication equipment supplier and has cooperated with all local telecom operators and dual space operators. Huawei has been committed to providing more advanced and convenient communication technologies and services to the people of Madagascar. At present, Huawei's products and solutions have served more than 60% of telecom users in Madagascar

premier kuru said: This is my first visit to China and Huawei. We appreciate Huawei's efforts and contributions to Madagascar's communication industry, and hope that Huawei can give Madagascar more advice on local talent training, and help the Malagasy government and people boldly change their minds and accept cutting-edge technologies. The development of Madagascar is inseparable from the development of ICT. We hope to establish a broader long-term cooperative relationship with Huawei in the construction of communication networks and the training of communication talents

Guo Ping, Huawei's rotating CEO, said: Thank you for your encouragement to Huawei. As a company that has worked hard in the local area for ten years, Huawei has participated in the communication construction in Madagascar throughout the process. Whether it's consulting advice, solutions or talent training, as long as the Malagasy government needs it, Huawei is willing to unreservedly provide assistance within our ability to help Madagascar build a competitive infrastructure, make contributions to Madagascar's take-off and report the results. I also wish the dream of the Malagasy government and people come true

Huawei also contributes to society. Among them, Huawei successfully installed 600 solar street lamps for antanana, the capital of Madagascar, and the port of tamatav in 2013. This project has won unanimous praise and praise from local people. Huawei registered and established its Madagascar subsidiary in July, 2005. The company currently employs 29 people. Over the years, Huawei has made significant contributions to the development of the local telecommunications sector and cultivated a large number of excellent communication talents for Madagascar

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