The 21st century is a world without borders



The US has recently placed Huawei and its affiliates on a blacklist that curtails its access to critical U.S. suppliers—a move that has gained attention globally. The ban should in fact be reconsidered. Not only does it compromise entrepreneurship and consumer benefits, it will also bring adverse effects to the global economy in the long run.

The 21st century is a world without borders. In the era of globalisation, openness and integration are key in our search for new breakthroughs. The only way to create win-win situations for all is through nurturing a diversified business environment that encourages collaboration between enterprises. The US should indeed give more consideration to this issue.