Mauritian Prime Minister: Huawei is a trusted partner of digital transformation
Sep 5, 2018
[Beijing, China, September 2, 2018] As part of his visit to China, Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth visited Huawei's Executive Briefing Center and held talks with Peng Zhongyang, Senior Vice President at Huawei. Prime Minister Jugnauth said Huawei is a trusted partner of the country for digital transformation.
Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth (middle) visiting Huawei and meeting with Huawei Senior Vice President Peng Zhongyang (right) and Huawei Southern Africa President Li Peng (left)
Prime Minister Jugnauth said Huawei has made impressive achievements in ICT technologies and is making continuous breakthroughs in this regard, which is very admirable. The Mauritian government looks forward to working with Huawei to further its digital transformation. "Seeing is believing. Huawei's expertise proves to us again that it is a trusted partner of Mauritius. I hope Huawei can build a larger business presence in our country." Jugnauth said.
Peng said ever since Huawei first came to Mauritius, Huawei has maintained solid partnerships with the government and telecom operators, being committed to boosting ICT infrastructure in the country. He added Huawei has long focused on basic research and have worked with local universities to build a sustainable and healthy ICT ecosystem.
Peng said, responding to the call of Mauritius Achieving The Second Economic Miracle, Huawei will combine its ICT expertise and local operation experience accumulated over the years to develop competitive digital services that serve local needs for the achievement of Vision 2030.
“Huawei aims to drive Mauritius's economic and social progress by unleashing the transformative power of ICT to improve people's livelihood, increase efficiency, and build an attractive environment for foreign investments.” Peng concluded.
Mauritian Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth visiting Huawei's Beijing Research Center
Since it launched operations in Mauritius in 2003, Huawei has provided local customers with end-to-end communications solutions, and built the country's first 4G network with local operators. In addition to providing secure, stable, and high-quality network solutions for customers, Huawei also leverages its ICT expertise to proactively fulfill corporate social responsibilities, bridging the digital divide through trainings and supporting sports and education activities. Since 2016, Huawei has been sponsoring outstanding Mauritian students majoring in communications to go to China for study and hands-on practice.
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