Huawei’s Huge Expenditure On Analysis

Ji Liu bei po Koon, The name of Huawei’s campus of telecommunication technology and mobile phone manufacturing company in Shenzhen, China The area of ​​297 acres is divided into 12 blocks. The green campus on the whole campus. Huawei had taken the campus to show the journalists from different countries of the world after their Annual Analyst Conference this year.

After more than a month’s bus ride from Shenzhen city, Shangshan Lake of Dongguan reached the Huawei campus. The researchers of the company who worked on the campus, the most respected person in Huawei. According to the annual report of the year 2014, Huawei has spent 10-151 million yuan in research and development of the same year, which is equivalent to Tk 1.22 billion in Bangladeshi currency.

Huawei, which spends behind researches as a company, is almost twice as much as the total expenditure of the 2018-19 fiscal year in the education and information technology sector of Bangladesh. As of 2017, 80,000 employees were employed in the company’s research and product development, which is 45 percent of the total workers. Huawei was founded in 1987 by Ryan Zhengfai. He was an engineer of the People’s Liberation Army of China.

Initially the company made the phone switch. Huawei’s staff believe that the US administration banned Huawei’s technology in their country and could not compete in the competition. It is not possible to offer the latest technology at any cost to anyone. Huawei also took reporters from different countries to their cyber security labs.

It was shown there,The list of the best 500 companies in Fortune’s list of the top US journalists is now 72 in Huawei. In the year 2018, the amount of sale of their goods was 72 billion yuan, which is 9 lakh 23 thousand crore in Bangladeshi currency. This means almost twice the total expenditure of the current budget of Bangladesh.

William Suu, president of Huawei’s Institute of Strategic Research, said, “Innovation has brought Huawei to this level. In more than 60 laboratories, more than 700 PhD holder mathematicians and more than 200 PhD. researchers and physicists studied Chinese and other countries.

Asked about Bangladesh, Abul Kashem Khan, former president of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) said in the first light, that adequate allocation of education in Bangladesh can not be kept in Bangladesh. That is why education standards are not too advanced. Many companies in the private sector are getting bigger.

But they are less encouraged to develop a separate system for research and development. He said that in the budget of fiscal year 2017-19, the opportunity to show the company’s income as 1 percent of the company’s income for research and development from the Dhaka Chamber was available so that tax rebate could be found. But that did not happen.