Ren Zhengfei, the founder and CEO of Huawei, said in a dialogue with two American scholars on the 17th that “the company will cut production in the next two years, and revenue will be estimated to drop by 30 billion US dollars.” But the current setbacks cannot prevent Huawei from advancing to 2021. The annual meeting “re-grows the machine.” He said that Huawei is a “bird that can’t die.”
In our view, this is a sketch of Huawei’s future development. Huawei’s situation may also be the epitome of the future growth of China’s semiconductor industry.
It is a very important realistic issue to realistically assess the current difficulties. Any enterprise, even an industry, is so strongly suppressed by the world’s superpowers that it is impossible to feel relaxed. But we need to make a calm analysis of these difficulties and respond positively. In the face of difficulties, the Chinese are not lacking in calm or lack of pride. The difficulties must be temporary. In fact, few Chinese people really believe that Huawei and the entire Chinese semiconductor industry will be so easily beaten.
Under the pressure of the United States, China’s semiconductor industry has indeed exposed many shortcomings, but its resilience and vitality are obviously underestimated by the US. If Huawei spends two years, 30 billion US dollars, to hold on to this wave of attacks in Washington, and thus become more powerful, then this tuition fee is not too expensive, it is worth it. We believe that Huawei, which has always been pragmatic, can do what it says.
China’s semiconductor industry, including other high-tech industries, is going to be strong, and it will not be able to go through the encounter with the United States. Some people have illusions about the United States and lack of understanding of its sinister intentions and despicable means. On low-key and honest, Huawei is a typical example among companies all over the world. But has the United States let it go? Now everyone on Earth knows it: Huawei has become the target of Washington’s extreme pressure because it has taken the lead in the 5G field.
Thirty years ago, the United States used various means to annihilate the rise of the Japanese semiconductor industry. Today, it has pointed its finger at China. The root cause lies in the technological development of Japan and China today, which has impacted the sensitive, selfish and narrow heart of Washington. There is no justification for the pressure on Washington.
“Those who don’t destroy you will eventually make you stronger.” This sentence by the German philosopher Nietzsche has recently appeared on the Chinese Internet. It is regarded by netizens as a vivid portrayal of Huawei’s courageous resistance to Washington as a private enterprise, and also represents an overall optimism of the Chinese against the US trade war. attitude. The pressure from the United States has indeed caused us difficulties, but it has also brought us an increase in our understanding, so that we can see China’s current coordinates and future directions more clearly.
The painful lessons have repeatedly told us that being strong is the last word. Huawei and the entire semiconductor industry need to work hard and get out of the passive situation as soon as possible. All the shortcomings exposed by the semiconductor industry are the direction we need to make up for in the future. We are now facing a fierce block in Washington on the mountainside, but after we have ruled out the hardships, Washington will have the willingness to shake hands.
External pressure has made Chinese society more united, and the Chinese have a deeper understanding of the word “unity.” It is not a slogan, it is a combination of understanding and action. Today’s China must not only have the unity of society and the unity of industry and mutual assistance. With the wisdom and diligence of the Chinese, coupled with unity, it will be invincible and invincible.