Huawei is reportedly giving staff $286m in bonuses for sticking through US ban
Huawei's R&D teams will likely see the extra cash, a report says.
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Last week, Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei said the company is coping fine with the US trade ban, CNET sister site ZDNet reported. Just days later, Trump's tech chief criticized countries for "opening their arms" to Huawei after the UK apparently delayed the decision on whether Huawei will have access to its
On Oct. 28, the US Federal Communications Commission announced it would cut off funding to any carriers that use equipment from Huawei and fellow Chinese tech company
. But last week US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said licenses allowing US companies to sell equipment to Huawei "will be forthcoming very shortly."