- Tram Ho
Recently, Huawei announced that it will donate 500,000 masks to medical organizations in Japan. According to a report from Kyodo News , the company donated its first shipment of 200,000 masks to two hospitals in Aichi Prefecture, Japan.
Meanwhile, the remaining number of masks has been planned to donate to other affected areas in the country. Besides Japan, the Chinese manufacturer also said it would send medical equipment to Ireland – the second country in Europe (after Italy) to receive support from Huawei.
Of course, Huawei is not the only Chinese company that donates medical supplies to foreign countries. Lenovo, Alibaba, Xiaomi, OPPO and a few other manufacturers have done this before. Huawei Japan Chairman Wang Jianfeng said he hoped to help Japanese people overcome difficult times, in the context of the complicated COVID-19 epidemic.
Outside of Japan, Huawei has sent aid to Italy and has even confirmed it will donate “personal protective equipment”, as well as “technology equipment” to Ireland. Huawei’s Deputy CEO of Ireland – Mr. David Kenny said that we should unite and work together to combat COVID-19, because everyone can be affected, regardless of what nationality you are or where to live
David Kenny said Huawei has been doing business in Ireland for more than 15 years and so the company will do everything it can to help its people, just like it does with other countries in the country. Europe.
Source : Genk