In September 2012, Huawei commited to spending £1.3 billion in the UK. Almost three years later, the global information and communications leader is well on its way to doing just that—and with vast social and economic significance.
In this report, Oxford Economics explores the contribution of Huawei to the UK economy over the three years 2012-2014, and assesses the company’s recent UK expenditure record over the five years 2013-2017, split equally between investment and procurement.
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Huawei is a global leader of ICT solutions—with telecom network equipment, IT products and solutions, and smart devices used in 170 countries and regions across the world. To find out more, please go to www.huawei.com/.
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