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In this special *live* episode, recorded May 23rd, 2019 at TechNode’s inaugural Emerge event, hosts Elliott Zaagman and James Hull are joined by Paul Mozur, a technology reporter with the New York Times who covers tech companies, cybersecurity, censorship and the intersection of geopolitics and technology in Asia. What better to discuss with him than the “elephant in the room:” US Commerce Department adding Huawei to the Entities List?

The discussion around Huawei covers whether Huawei can survive being on the Entities List, Huawei’s consumer devices versus networking equipment, CFIUS, which companies are impacted, which companies could benefit the most, Google & Android OS, and features live Q&A from the audience.

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Note: the hosts and guest do not claim ownership of the truth in the matters discussed. This was recorded before President Trump tweet that suggested Huawei is on the table in the trade deal negotiations.

Please note, the hosts may have interest in some of the stocks discussed. The discussion should not be construed as investment advice or a solicitation of services.


  • Tencent
  • Alibaba
  • Baidu
  • iQiyi
  • Xiaomi
  • Pinduoduo
  • Meituan-Dianping




Podcast information:

John Artman is the Editor in Chief for TechNode, the leading English information source for news and insight into China’s tech and startups, and co-host of the China Tech Talk podcast, a regular discussion...

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