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How Huawei succeeds in Africa: Training and knowledge transfers in Kenya and Nigeria

Henry Tugendhat

No 2020/34, SAIS-CARI Working Papers from Johns Hopkins University, School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), China Africa Research Initiative (CARI)

Abstract: Dive into some of the keys behind Chinese Huawei's success in Henry Tugendhat's latest working paper. Tugendhat describes how the Chinese giant in the Original Equipment Manufacturing (OEM) sector is taking Africa, specifically Kenya and Nigeria, by storm. By carefully balancing between training local engineers and keeping control of its intellectual property, Huawei moves forward transferring knowledge to local populations.

Date: 2020
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