Last year was a tough one for Huawei. While it has delivered advances in smartphones, 5G networks and more, Western governments have accused the company of being too close to the Chinese Government. So what does Huawei say is in store for 2019?
Twenty-nine Australian university students have graduated from Huawei's three-week Chinese cultural, business and IT experience program, Seeds for the Future, the biggest group of Aussies yet.
Huawei Australia has announced it has selected 29 undergraduate STEM (science, technology, engineering or mathematics) students to take part in its Seeds for the Future program, a unique business and cultural experience program.
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