Huawei to set up USD60 million Indian plant

28 Oct 2005

Chinese telecoms equipment provider Huawei Technologies is planning to build a USD60 million manufacturing plant in India. The proposed factory will focus on next-generation network (NGN) technology and fixed-wireless terminals. Huawei’s announcement follows the Indian government’s policy decision to make it mandatory for telecoms vendors to have a production unit within the country. Rivals such as Nokia and Ericsson have already invested in manufacturing facilities in India.



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