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華為:全球性抵制分析

Analysis of Global Backlash Against Huawei

出版商 MIC - Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute 商品編碼 894978
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 20 Pages
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華為:全球性抵制分析 Analysis of Global Backlash Against Huawei
出版日期: 2019年07月02日內容資訊: 英文 20 Pages
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本報告提供抵制華為產品的趨勢調查,彙整其背景·過程,不信任中國企業的主要原因,華為的辯解·主張,各國政府及企業客戶的支援,今後展望等資料。

第1章 華為製網路設備:部分國家·通訊業者抵制

第2章 不信任中國企業:主要理由

  • 華為在政府支持下實現全球擴張
  • 在中國的法律體系下中國企業難以維持獨立
    • 中國政府對企業的支配力
    • 中國政府通過企業獲得情報的合法權利

第3章 華為對設備安全的辯解

  • 華為:主張自家公司的安全管理能力及獨立於政府
  • 華為提出改善措施以贏得西方國家的信任

第4章 大多數企業客戶仍然堅持使用華為設備

  • 華為在亞太地區的最大損失:日本的佔有率縮小
  • 華為的歐洲市場佔有率:除了BT,不太有影響
    • 其他歐洲運營商仍與華為合作
    • 德國政府對華為的技術表示安全上的疑慮但通訊公司則未必
    • 華為的5G產品優勢使通訊公司難以輕鬆放棄

第5章 華為未來可能面臨的政治風險

  • 華為繼續面臨未來的政治風險
  • 各國政府和經營者都有可能擴大封鎖
  • ZTE:應該擔心美國政府禁止所有中國產品

第6章 MIC的展望

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Product Code: DCRDR19070201

In 2018, several countries led by the US banned Huawei from their 5G networks on the grounds of national and IT security. Amid the bitter trade war with China, the Trump administration recently has moved to punish Huawei further by prohibiting US companies from selling components and parts to the China tech giant. Despite the 90-day delay for the Huawei ban, the impact on the global 5G development is expected to be enormous as Huawei is still considered one of the pioneers in 5G. Following the Trump and Xi meeting at G20 last weekend, the US and China has reached a consensus on restarting negotiations and resuming exports to Huawei. It is believed that the market will be motivated in the short term, but in the long run, it is still necessary to keep eyes on the actual progress of the negotiations between China and the United State. This report provides a description of how this all began and a whole picture of these bans, and looks into their causes and influences.

Table of Contents

1. Huawei Network Equipment Banned by Several Countries and Telecoms

2.Main Reasons behind Lack of Trust in Chinese Enterprises

  • 2.1. Huawei’s Global Expansion Backed by Government
  • 2.2. Chinese Enterprises’ Difficulty in Maintaining Independence under China’s Legal System
    • 2.2.1. Chinese Government’s Increased Control over Chinese Enterprises
    • 2.2.2. Chinese Government’s Legitimate Rights to Conduct Intelligence through Enterprises

3. Huawei Defends Equipment Security

  • 3.1. Huawei Asserts Ability to Manage its Security and Keep Independence from the Government
  • 3.2. Huawei Proposes Security Improvement Measurements to Win Trust of Western Countries

4. Most Enterprise Customers Still Hold On To Huawei Equipment

  • 4.1. Huawei's Biggest Loss in the Asia Pacific is the Loss of Market Share in Japan
  • 4.2. Huawei's Market Share in Europe Remains Unaffected Except BT
    • 4.2.1. Other European Operators Still Cooperate with Huawei
    • 4.2.2. Germany Government Has Security Concerns about Huawei's Technology but Not Telecom Operators
    • 4.2.3. Huawei's 5G Product Advantages Make it Difficult for Telecom Operators to Give Up Easily

5. Political Risks that Huawei May Have to Encounter in the Future

  • 5.1. Huawei Continues to Face Political Risks in the Future
  • 5.2. Governments and Operators of All Countries Have High Possibility of Expanding the Blockade
  • 5.3. ZTE Should Be Worried About the US Government Bans on All China-made Products

6. MIC Perspective

Appendix

  • Glossary of Terms
  • List of Companies

List of Tables:

  • Table 1: Bans on Huawei Equipment Worldwide

List of Topics:

  • Background and reasons behind the global backlash against Huawei from the perspective of both western countries and Huawei
  • Analysis of the impact on Huawei in other regions except the US and why most enterprise customers still hold on to the company’s 5G equipment
  • Analysis of political risks for other Chinese vendors such as ZTE if the global ban continues.

Companies covered:

  • Alibaba
  • Altice
  • AT&T
  • Baidu
  • Best Buy
  • Bouygues Telecom
  • BT
  • Der Spiegel
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Futurewei Technologies
  • KDDI
  • KT
  • LG
  • NTT
  • NTT Docomo
  • Optus
  • Orange Play
  • Sina
  • SKT
  • SkyCom
  • SoftBank
  • Spark
  • Stiftung Neue Verantwortung
  • Telefonia Dialog
  • Telefónica Deutschland
  • Telefónica O2
  • Tencent
  • Three
  • TIM
  • Beijing Changjiu Logistics
  • Vodafone
  • Vodafone Hutchison Australia
  • Xiaomi
  • ZTE
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