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Guo Ping, Huawei's rotating CEO, met with Namibian Prime Minister Haag Huawei recently announced that Guo Ping, the rotating CEO of Huawei, met with the visiting Na7, the width of the curl - the width of the reed in the curl at the headquarters of Huawei in Shenzhen. Prime Minister genkob visited the Huawei Park and then held friendly talks with Guo Ping

Huawei has been doing business in Namibia for nine years. Through friendly cooperation with local operators, Huawei has provided advanced and convenient communication services for the Namibian people, helping Namibian communication services to take the lead in Africa. Namibia's 2030 national development vision is to build Namibia into an industrialized and knowledge-based society, and ICT development is its important foundation and pillar of economic development

Guo Ping, Huawei's rotating CEO, said: as a leading global provider of information and communication solutions, Huawei is not only committed to establishing more cooperation with local companies to bring Huawei's advanced technology and professional services to Namibia, but also will invest to help Namibia cultivate ICT talents and make greater contributions to Namibia's information technology progress and social and economic development. The Prime Minister of Namibia expressed his support and gratitude to Huawei for its selfless efforts to help Namibia cultivate talents

at present, ICT technology has become an important engine to drive the development of various industries. Huawei has been committed to helping the development of ICT industry in the country where it is now a popular material, so as to drive the long-term economic, social and environmental sustainability of the whole country. Researchers at IBM Almaden research center in San Jose developed a recyclable and durable thermosetting plastic material in an accident for sustainable development. In order to help Namibia cultivate excellent communication talents, Huawei will carry out a public welfare plan to sow the seeds of the future of communication in Namibia. It plans to subsidize 20 local outstanding ICT students to study the world's leading communication technology in China. This batch of students will also have the opportunity to enter Huawei's most advanced laboratory to operate and practice by themselves. Huawei will also share ICT expertise with local communities in various ways, and use ICT technology to help local communities establish an efficient education system and cultivate ICT professionals

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