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Huawei crackdown

Huawei's digital power business key to 'survival' amid U.S. crackdown

Asia-Pacific head says Chinese company is 'welcomed in many countries'

Boham Sun, the president of Huawei Digital Power Asia-Pacific, says the region will be key to his company's growth. (Photos courtesy of Huawei Digital Power Asia-Pacific)

SINGAPORE -- Huawei Technologies is strengthening its new digital power business to help ensure the Chinese tech giant's "survival and development" in the face of U.S. sanctions that have hampered its core communications equipment units.

Boham Sun, the president of Huawei Digital Power Asia-Pacific, told Nikkei Asia in an interview that "the sanctions do pose significant challenges for Huawei," with the company "still in survival mode."

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