China Enables Huawei’s Overseas Expansion Through OBOR

Internet Cables

On Oct. 22, 2018, Huawei Marine, a joint venture between Huawei and the U.K.-based submarine communications firm Global Marine Systems, announced its Peace Cable project: a 12,000 km (7,456 miles) long underwater high-speed internet cable system linking Pakistan, South Africa, Kenya, Somalia, Djibouti, Egypt, and France. The project is currently in its cable and material manufacturing stage. 

The project, which will be jointly carried out by Huawei Marine and the Peace Cable International Network, a subsidiary of Chinese fiber optic manufacturer Hengtong Group, is expected to be in service by the first quarter in 2020, according to Huawei’s official website, and will serve as a “new information expressway” from China to Europe and Africa. 

Days earlier, Mao Shengjiang, chief operating officer of Huawei Marine, said while speaking at the third Asia Pacific Submarine Network Forum that Huawei Marine has been “contracted to build about 40,000 km (24,854 miles) of submarine cable worldwide, which [is long enough that the cables] could circle the earth at the equator.”


In March 2015, the Chinese regime made clear how important these technologies are to its interests: the National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Ministry of Commerce, jointly issued a directive detailing goals and actions for OBOR. Two key objectives were the “construction of transnational fiber topics for communications” and “synchronizing technological standards [between China and other countries].”


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IoTT (internet of things and thoughts)

Sñ_TAS-133: OF THE FABRICS (C-A-3: 67) TO THE BODIES (C -A -4: 68).

As soon as mathematics went for things themselves as an insatiable man, instead of representing physics, chemistry ended up creating chemical compounds that are not in nature, for example.

The individual external is intimately related to the universal internal, which mainly throws anthropology.

The uninterior of anthropology and psychology could be called "mental sociology" as Hermeneutic to the uninterior of philology and history ...

Then the whim of duty of the priest or scientist dangerously in love will bring the ember to the sardine of his mound of faith or domestic philosophy.

To say of someone who is an ontological materialist and epistemological nominalist, is nothing more than to say that he is a skeptic who does not believe in anything he does not see and name.

It is someone who fails or lacks the lightning and cows in balance.

To move from the necessary to the free, one must enter with faith in reason, with Moses' tables between ethics and morals, as mathematics did with things, to multiply sets of new parts of coherence that classify differently and multiply the psychological compounds making (new) all of the disintegration of the parts and new systems of concordance of the systems of common intentionality, or not so much.

Sñ-TAS-133:  Interpretation and Significance and Meaning.

There are so many smiles between the friendly smile and the evil smile to interpret !!

As many as bugs we carry inside.

It is intuition, not logic, that gives meaning to concepts that fit sensory perception.

There is as much "far inside" and "near outside" as "life and reason" in man without the word man, save the One for Whom to Know is to Live.

How much lacks the most noble origin to become pure !!!

How far is the good citizen from being a good man!

Ironies of our origin and our Law.

How unfair is democracy!

Being able to point out the meaning (of any fabric), we give it meaning without even having, any meaning, its name.

Or that "the given" but covered is a phenomenon to "discover."

Like those public and secret smiles.

Intelligence and explanation pull understanding and interpretation, which go at once, or in both processions, first one and then the other, and vice versa, relentlessly rewriting as understood and interpreted, until its application, or minor law.

For all to be subtle, it requires looking at that last thread, of all, from true appearance to exact fantasy.

How easy it is to measure political virtues!

How easy it would be to organize talents in their due limits !!

How difficult it is to convince !!

Persuade glory more than wisdom.

How easy it would be to end the grammatical problems in their nuclei, no more, of course, to find the correct and new word, although rude in letters but not in strokes, in each case.

There are no kind and sensible tyrants, right?

Just watch them laugh.

On moral, it is not reasonable but frequent, that morals amoralize, but it is reasonable and infrequent, to wait for each one to train, and so see it, in their own way according to their conscience and coherence between the other consciences and coherence, which can also be drawn, to show (se).

If the eyes were not like the sun, we would not smile to see the detail, between and for the whole thing.

OBOR 4.0

By dominating 5G standards at international standard-setting agencies, Huawei could pocket licensing fees from mobile-service providers and governments that use its 5G technology. Huawei would also gain earnings from future contracts for maintenance or repair jobs of its sold equipment.

In May 2018, Zhou Jialiang—who was a company director working in Kyrgyzstan at the time and now serves as director for Huawei’s Volkswagen account, according to his LinkedIn page—said in an interview with Chinese media 21st Century Business Herald that OBOR provided many opportunities for the company to expand its market in Central Asia and elsewhere.

Zhou said that different OBOR infrastructure projects, such as railways, roads, airports, and oil pipelines, would all require modern telecom equipment to allow systems to communicate with each other—prime business opportunities for Huawei.

By participating in OBOR, Huawei, which had relied on concessional loans and business loans for overseas expansion, would be able to receive funding from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and the state-owned Silk Road investment fund. 

The fund was designed to foster investment in countries under OBOR. Beijing pledged $40 billion when it was established in December 2014.